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Full text of "Handbook and programme of the Oecumenical Methodist Conference held at City Road Chapel, London. September 7th to 20th 1881"

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OF THE 



OBcumenical Methodist 
Conference 



HELD AT 



CITY. ROAD CHAPEL, 
LONDON. 



September 7tb to 20tb, 1881. 



LONDON : 
WESLEYAN CONFERENCE OFFICE, 

S, CASTLE-STREET, CITY-ROAD, AND 66, PATRRNOSTHR-ROW, E.C. 



METHODIST NEW CONNEXION BOOKCONCERN, 

4, LONDON HOUSE YARD, ST. I'AUL'S. 

METHODIST FREE CHURCH BOOK ROOM, 

119, SALISBURY-SQUARE, E.C. 

BOOK ROOM ok the UNITED FREE GOSPEL and INDEPENDENT METHODIST CHURCHES, 

49, KENT STREET, BOLTON, LANCASHIRE; PUBLISHER, E. STOCK, 62, PATERNOSTER-ROW, LONDON. 



PRIMITIVE METHODIST BOOK DEPOT, 

SUTTON STREET, COMMERCIAL ROAD, E. 

BIBLE CHRISTIAN BOOK ROOM, 

36, PATERNOSTER-ROW, E.C. 



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HATMASt BROTHERS AND LILLT, 

PRINTERS, 

EATTON HOUSE, IABEI1I ODOX ROAD, 

LONDON, E.C. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 



Committees and Secretaries, &c 5 

Representatives — Eastern Section 8 

„ Western Section 14 

Programme 20 

Regulations for the Government of the Conference, Rules, &c. . . 32 

Plan of Sunday Services 35 

Other Arrangements : — 

Lord Mayor's Reception at Mansion House ^ 

Lovefeasts r 44 

Reception of Deputations from other Churches at Exeter Hall ) 

Regulations for the Recognition and Admission of Representatives to 

the Conference ........... 45 

Regulations for Admission of the Public and the Press . . . -45 

Ticket Regulations 46 

Provincial Meetings 4^ 

Arrangements for Luncheon 49 

Postal Arrangements 49 

Methodist Institutions 5° 

Addresses of the Representatives 5 8 



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General Executive Committee. 



EASTERN SECTION. 



Rev. E. E. JENKINS, M.A., Chairman, 

Rev. JOHN BOND, Secretary. 

H. J. ATKINSON, Esq. 

Rev. W. M'MULLEN. 

WILLIAM GREGG, Esq. 

Rev. W. COCKER, D.D. 

J. WHITWORTII, Esq. 

Rev. C. C. M'KECHNIE. 

J. S. PARKMAN, Esq. 

Rev. F. W. BOURNE. 

C. HOBBS, Esq. 



Rev. J. SWANN WITHINGTON. 
II. J. MAWSON, Eso. 
Rev. JOHN WATSFORD. 
JOHN BALLANTVNE, Esq. 
Rev. JAMES IIOCART. 
WILLIAM MAXTHN, Esq. 
Rev. E. BARLEY. 
MOSES NASH, Esq. 
Rev. JOHN WATSFORD. 
JOHN BALLANTVNE, Esq. 



WESTERN SECTION (Acting Committee). 



Rev. Br. MATTHEW SIMFSON, D.D., 
LL.D., Chairman. 

Rev. Bp. H. N. M'TYEIRE, D.D., Vice- 
President. 



Rev. A. C. GEORGE, D.D., Secretary. 
W. J. C. DULANY, Esq. 
DAVID ALLISON, Esq., LL.D. 
Rev. J. GARDINER, D.C.L. 



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Ipublicatton Subcommittee. 


EASTERN SECTION. WESTERN SECTION. 


Rev. WILLIAM ARTHUR, M.A. 


Rev. J. M. WALDEN, D.D. 


Rev. J. H. RIGG, D.D. 


J. M. PHILLIPS, Esq. 


Rev. THEOPHILUS WOOLMER. 


OLIVER HOYT, Esq. 


Rev. C. D. WARD, D.D. 


W. C. D. PAUW, Esq. 


Rev. THOMAS NEWTON. 


Rev. J. W. LEWIS. 


Rev. F. W. BOURNE. 


E. H. EAST, Esq. 


Rev. J. SWANN WITHINGTON. 


Hon. J. J. GILLESPIE. 


R. W. PERKS, Esq., Secretary. 


Rev. S. G. STONE, D.D. 


IReception Subcommittee. 


Right Hon. WILLIAM M'ARTHUR, 


SAMUEL MOORE, Esq. 


M.P., Lord Mayor. 


S. D. WADDY, Esq., Q.C. 


Rev. A. McAULAY. 


J. C. CLARKE, Esq., M.P. 


Rev. J. TOULSON. 


Rev. C. C. M'KECHNIE. 


Rev. S. MELDRUM. 


Rev. JOHN BOND. 


Rev. WILLIAM WILLIAMS. 


Rev. GEORGE KURNOCK. 


Rev. T. B. STEPHENSON, B.A., LL.D. 


Rev. R. GREEN, ) 

Rev. R. M. SPOOR, \ Stcretarits - 


J. P. DOBSON, Esq. 


P. J. SALISBURY, Esq. 




jfinance Subcommittee. 


Rev- E. E. JENKINS, M.A.^ 

J. S. PARKMAN, Esq, J Treasurers. 


WILLIAM VANNER, Esq. 
WILLIAM MEWBURN Esq. 


Right Hon. WILLIAM M'ARTHUR, 


T. M. HARVEY, Esq. 


M.P., Lord Mayor. 


E. S. SNELL, Esq. 


Rev. S. ANTLIFF, D.D. 


W. G. DENHAM, Esq. 


Rev. M. C. OSBORN. 


H. J. ATKINSON, Esq. 


A. MARTHUR, Esq., M.P. 


Rev. C. WARBOYS. 


T. C. SQUANCE, Esq. 


A. E. WITTY, Esq., Secretary. 


JOHN VANNER, Esq. 





LOXDOX, SEPTEMBER, 1881. 



preacbino plan Subcommittee. 



Rev. THOMAS NEWTON. 
Rev. WiM. LUKE. 
Rev. J TOULSON. 
Rev. F. JEWELL. 



Rev. J. SWANN WITHINGTON. 
Rev. F. W. BOURNE. 
Rev. T. B. STEPHENSON, B.A., LL.D., 
Secretary. 



Bu0ine60 Committee. 



FIRST DIVISION. 

The British Wesleyan Methodist Church. 

Rev. E. E. JENKINS, M.A. 
Rev. JOHN BOND. 
Rev. J. H. RIGG, D.D. 
H. J. ATKINSON, Esq. 
JOHN BEAUCHAMP, Esq. 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Other British Methodist Churches. 

Rev. WM. COCKER, D.D. 
Rev. F. W. BOURNE. 
Rev. J. SWANN WITHINGTON. 
J. S. PARKMAN, Esq. 
MOSES NASH, Esq. 



THIRD DIVISION. 

American Methodist Churches having an 
Episcopal form of government. 

Gen. CLINTON B. FISK. 
Rev. A. W. WILSON, D.D. 
Rev. Bp. T. BOWiMAN. 
Rev. Jas. GARDINER, D.C.L. 
Rev. B. F. LEE, D.D. 

FOURTH DIVISION. 

American Churches having a Non-Episcopal 
form of govniuiiiitt, 

Hon. CHAS. W. BUTTON. 
Rev. E. H. DEWART, D.D. 
Rev. B. T. ROBERTS. 
Rev. CHARLES SPUR. 
CHAS. J. BAKER, Esq. 



IRepresentatfVeS.— Eastern Section. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST REPRESENTATIVES. 

Rev. George Osborn, D.D. (President), Richmond College, London. 

Rev. R. N. Young, Wesleyan College, Birmingham. 

Rev. E. E. Jenkins, M.A. (Ex-President), Wesleyan Mission House, London. 

Rev. John Farrar, Finsbury Park, London. 

Rev. Wm. Arthur, M.A., Clapham Common, London. 

Rev. J. H. James, D.D., Birmingham. 

Rev. Gervase Smith, D.D., Highbury, London. 

Rev. Alexander McAulay, Finsbury Park, London. 

Rev. W. B. Pope, D.D., Didsbury College, Manchester. 

Rev. J. H. Rigg, D.D., Wesleyan College, Westminster, London. 

Rev. Benjamin Gregory, Wesleyan Conference Office, London. 

Rev. John Bond, Wandsworth, London. 

Rev. Samuel Davies, Bangor, North Wales. 

Rev. M. C. Osborn, Wesleyan Mission House, London. 

Rev. John Baker, M.A., Liverpool. 

Rev. Charles Garrett, Liverpool. 

Rev. W. L. Watkinson, New Barnet, London. 

Rev. G. W. Olver, B.A., Wesleyan Mission House, London. 

Rev. H. W, Holland, Harrogate. 

Rev. Richard Grsen, Clapton, London. 

Rev. T. B. Stephenson, B.A., LL.D., Bonner Road, London. 

Rev. John Kilner, Wesleyan Mission House, London. 

Rev. J. S. Banks, Headingley College, Leeds. 

Rev. H. J. Piggott, B.A., Rome. 

Rev. J. C. Barratt, Cannstatt, Wiirtemberg. 

Rev. F. W. Macdonald, Wesleyan College, Birmingham. 

Rev. David Hill, China. 

Rev. Joseph Bush, Altrincham, Manchester. 

Rev. J. D. Geden, Didsbury College, Manchester. 

Rev. Richard Roberts, Liverpool. 

Rev. G. Stringer Rowe, Finsbury Park, London. 

Rev. C. H. Kelly, Wesleyan Sunday School Union, Ludgate Circus, London. 

Rev. B. Hellier, Headingley College, Leeds. 

Rev. James Calvert, Wesleyan Mission House, London. 



Rev. T. M'Cullagh, Hull. 

Rev. F. Greeves, Mildmay Park, London. 

Rev. William Wilson, Birmingham. 

Rev. D. J. Waller, Wesleyan College, Westminster, London. 

Rev. G. O. Bate, Southlands College, Battersea, London. 

Rev. Geo. Bowden, Bristol. 

Rev. H. P. Hughes, M.A., Oxford. 

Rev. W. J. Tweddle, Bristol. 

Rev. Geo. Curnock, St. George's, London. 

Rev. J. Lyth, D.D., Sunderland. 

H. J. Atkinson, Esq., J. P., Gunnersbury, London. 

R. W. Perks, Esq., Chislehurst, London. 

G. J. Smith, Esq., J. P., Camborne, Cornwall. 

T. M. Bainbridge, Esq., Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

W. S. Allen, Esq., M.P., Cheadle. 

T. G. Osborn, Esq., M.A., Bath. 

Alderman M'Arthur, M.P., Lord Mayor, Mansion House, London. 

H. H. Fowler, Esq., M.P., Wolverhampton. 

S. D. Waddy, Esq., Q.C., Finsbury Park, London. 

W. Mewburn, Esq., Wykham Park, Banbury. 

James Wood, Esq., LL.B., Southport. 

A. M'Arthur, Esq., M.P., Brixton, London. 

T. F. C. May, Esq., Bristol. 

T. C. SQUANCE, Esq., Sunderland. 

W. W. Pocock, Esq., B.A., Wandsworth, London. 

W. BiCKFORD-Smith, Esq., J. P., Trevarno, Helston. 

J. W. Gabriel, Esq., City Road, London. 

J. Dyson, Esq., J. P., Thurgoland, Sheffield. 

F. Howard, Esq., Bedford. 

J. Beauchamp, Esq., Highgate, London. 

P. W. Bunting, Esq., Euston Square, London. 

J. T. Warrington, Esq., Liverpool. 

I. Hoyle, Esq., J. P., Prestwich, Manchester. 

James Barlow, Esq., J. P., Bolton. 

Skelton Cole, Esq., Sheffield. 

J. H. Mason, Esq., J. P., Newbury. 

H. Mitchell, Esq., Bradford, 

T. W. POCOCK, Esq., J. P., Virginia Water, Egham. 

S. R. Edge, Esq., M.A., Newcastle-under-Lyme. 

J. S. Sutcliffe, Esq., J. P., Bacup. 

Joseph Edge, Esq., J. P., Cobridge, Burslem. 

Geo. Hazlehurst, Esq., Runcorn. 

E. Healey, Esq., Liverpool. 

Geo. Lidgett, Esq., Billiter Street, London. 

Alderman Barlow, Bury. 

W. H. Budgett, Esq., Bristol. 



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J. R. Hill, Esq., York. 

J. Dingley, Esq., Launceston. 

Edward Holden, Esq., Baildon, Leeds. 

I. JENKS, Esq., Wolverhampton. 

L. Williams, Esq., Cardiff. 

J. J. Flitch, Esq., Leeds. 



IRISH METHODIST CHURCH. 

Rev. Jos. M'Kay, D.D., Methodist College, Belfast. 

Rev. Wallace M'Mullen, Rathmines, Dublin. 

Rev. W. Guard Price, Belfast. 

Rev. W. Crook, D.D., Bray. 

Rev. James Tobias, Dublin. 

Samuel M'Comas, Esq., Dublin. 

George Chambers, Esq., Dublin. 

Francis Fitzgerald, Esq., Clones. 

William Greenhill, Esq., Belfast. 

James H. Swanton, Esq., J.P., Dublin. 



METHODIST NEW CONNEXION. 

Rev. J. Stacey, D.D. (President), Ranmoor, Sheffield. 

Rev. Wm. Cook, D.D., Forest Hill, London. 

Rev. Wm. Cocker, D.D., Ranmoor College, Sheffield. 

Rev. C. D. Ward, D.D., London. 

Rev. S. Hulme, Altrincham. 

Rev. A. McCurdy, Loughborough. 

John Whitworth, Esq., London. 

R. Ferens, Esq., Durham. 

E. Lumley, Esq., Halifax. 

A. Ramsden, Esq., Halifax. 

C. Shaw, Esq., Lees, near Manchester. 

W. E. Brownfield, Esq., Cobridge, Hanley. 



PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCHES. 

Rev. C. Kendall (President), Driffield. 

Rev. S. Antliff, D.D., Derby. 

Rev. R. Cheeseman, Holloway, London. 

Rev. C. C. M'Kechnie, Holloway, London. 

Rev. J. Wood, M.A., Leeds. 

Rev. H. Gilmour, North Shields. 



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Rev. J. Causeland, Prees Green, via Wem, Salop. 

Rev. J. Wenn, Chesterfield. 

Rev. G. Lamb, Hull. 

Rev. G. Seaman, Wymondham, Norfolk. 

Rev. J. Slater, Manchester. 

Rev. T. Powell, New Swindon, Wilts. 

Rev. J. Toulson, Holloway, London. 

Rev. J. Ferguson, Old Hill, vja Dudley. 

Rev. J. Travis, Liverpool. 

Rev. W. Cutts, Holloway, London. 

Rev. R. Fenwick, London. 

Rev. S. B. Reynolds, Castleford. 

J. S. Parkman, Esq., Tufnell Park, London 

T. Laurence, Esq., Leicester. 

W. Beckworth, Esq., Leeds. 

G. Hodge, Esq., Hull. 

R. Clapham, Esq., Yarm. 

W. LIFT, Esq., King's Lynn. 

W. E. Parker, Esq., Manchester. 

G. W. Turner, Esq., Newbury. 

I. Butler, Esq., Bristol. 

G. Charleton, Esq,, Gateshead. 

J. RAMSDALE, Esq., Cardiff. 

H. J. M'Cullock, Esq., Camden Road, London. 

G. Burford, Esq., Cradley Heath, Brierley Hill. 

J. Goodman, Esq., M.D., Southport. 

A. Dunn, Esq., Southwark Street, London. 

D. Berry, Esq., Stepney, London. 

T. BATEMAN, Esq., Chorley, Nantwich. 

W. Fletcher, Esq., Silsden, Leeds. 



BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHURCHES. 

Rev. W. B. Reed, St. David's, Exeter. 

Rev. W. B. Lark, Newport, I.W. 

Rev. W. Luke, London, N. 

Rev. F. W. Bourne, London, S.W. 

Rev. T. B. Vanstone, London, E.C. 

Rev. J. Dymond, Plymouth. 

J. HORSWELL, Esq., Launceston, Cornwall. 

W. Denness, Esq., Newport, I.W. 

G. R. Warren, Esq., Liphook, Hants. 

R. Dale, Esq., Penzance. 



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UNITED METHODIST FRfiE CHURCHES. 

Rev. R. Chew (President), Lincoln. 

Rev. W. M. Hunter, Bristol. 

Rev. A. Holliday, Darlington. 

Rev. J. Myers, Bradfora. 

Rev. R. Abercrombie, M.A., Peckham, London, 

Rev. S. S. Barton, Leeds. 

Rev. Joseph Kirsop, Manchester. 

Rev. J. Swann Withington, Rochdale. 

Rev. J. Guttridge, Manchester. 

Rev. W. Griffiths, Derby. 

Rev. S. Newton, London. 

T. Snape, Esq., Liverpool. 

Alderman Joseph Green, J.P., North Shields. 

T. Watson, Esq., J.P., Rochdale. 

H. J. MAWSON, Esq., Harrogate. 

G. Luckley, Esq., Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

T. Boddington, Esq., Manchester. 

Captain King, Clapton, London. 

W. Butler, Esq., Bristol. 

R. Ellis, Esq., J.P., Harrogate. 

R. J. Rowe, Esq^Helston. 

C. S. Snell, Esq., Wanstead, London. 



WESLEYAN REFORM UNION. 

Rev. E. Barley, Bradford. 
Rev. R. NlCHOLLS, Bradford. 
Moses Nash, Esq., Twyford. 
John Neal, Esq., Sheffield. 



UNITED FREE GOSPEL CHURCHES. 

W. Sanderson, Esq., Liverpool. 
W. Brimelow, Esq., Bolton. 



FRENCH METHODISTS. 

Rev. James Hocart, Paris. 
Rev. M. Lelievre, Paris. 



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AUSTRALASIAN METHODIST CHURCHES. 

Rev. John Watsford, Victoria and Tasmania Conference. 

Rev. Jas. D. Dodgson, „ „ 

Rev. Alexander Reid, New Zealand Conference. 

Rev. William Butters (London), 'Australasian Conference. 

Rev. R. S. Caseley, South Australian Conference. 

Rev. James Read, „ „ 

Rev. J. Walkden Brown, New South Wales and Queensland Conference. 

P. P. Fletcher, Esq., „ „ „ 

W. Briggs, Esq., ,, „ „ 

P. Miller, Esq., „ „ „ 

S. G. King, Esq., Victoria and Tasmania Conference. 

J. Brooke, Esq., „ „ 

J. Warnock, Esq., „ „ 

T. Vasey, Esq. 

J. Ballantyne, Esq., New Zealand Conference. 

T. G. Waterhouse, Esq., New Barnet, London. 




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HRepveBtntetmB— Western Section. 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 



Bishop Matthew Simpson, D.D., LL.D., 

Bishop Jesse T. Peck, D.D., LL.D. 

Bishop Henry W. Warren, D.D. 

Rev. Albert L. Long, D.D. 

Rev. Robert S. Maclay, D.D. 

Rev. Hu Yong Mi 

Rev. James W. Waugh, D.D. 

Rev. James S. Paine . 

Rev. Leroy M. Vernon, D.D. 

Rev. Bengt A. Carlson . 

Rev. John A. Johnson 

Rev. A. Sulzberger, Ph.D. » 

Rev. Felipe N. Cordova . 
Rev. Vincent H. Bulkley 
Rev. Marshall W. Taylor 
Rev. Edward W. S. Peck 
Rev. Charles O. Fisher, D.D. 
Wilson Cooke, Esq. . 
Prof. William H. Crogman 
Rev. John W. Freund 
Hon. Dietrich C. Smith . 
Rev. Luther T. Townsend, D.D. 
Rev. Daniel A. Whedon, D.D. 
Rev. Bradford K. Pierce, D.D. 
John Kendrick, Esq. . 
Hon. Asa M. Dickey . 
Prof. John W. Van Vleck 
Rev. James M. Buckley, D.D. 
Rev. de Witt C. Huntington, D.D. 
Rev. Daniel Curry, D.D., LL.D. 
Rev. George R. Crooks, D.D,, LL.D. 
Rev. Homer Eaton, D.D. . 
Rev. James M. King, D.D. 
Rev. Orris H. Warren, D.D. 



. Philadelphia. 
. Syracuse, New York. 
. Atlanta, Georgia. 
. Constantinople, Turkey. 
, Yokohama, Japan. 
, Foochow, China. 
Naini Tal, India. 
Monrovia, Liberia. 
Rome, Italy. 
Karlskrona, Sweden. 
Christiania, Norway. 
Frankfort-am-Main, Germany. 
Queretaro, Mexico. 
Orangeburg, South Carolina. 
Cincinatti, Ohio, 

Washington, District of Columbia. 
Atlanta, Georgia. 
Greenville, South Carolina. 
Atlanta, Georgia. 
New York City. 
Pekin, Illinois. 
Boston, Massachusetts. 
Providence, Rhode Island. 
Boston, Massachusetts. 
Providence, Rhode Island. 
Bradford, Vermont. 
Middletown, Connecticut. 
New York City. 
Buffalo, New York. 
New York City. 
Madison, New Jersey. 
Saratoga Springs, New York. 
New York City. 
Syracuse, New York. 



LONDON, SEPTEMBER, 1881. 


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Gen. Clinton B. Fisk 


. Seabright, New Jersey. 




Hon. Oliver Hoyt .... 


. Stamford, Connecticut. 




Rev. John P. Newman, D.D. . 


. New York City. 




Rev. Jacob Todd, D.D. 


. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 




Rev. Alfred Wheeler, D.D. . 


. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 




Rev. Otis H. Tiffany, D.C. 


. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 




Rev. William S. Edwards, D.D. 


. Baltimore, Maryland. 




James Long, Esq. 


. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 




Hon. G. Saulsbury . 


. Dover, Delaware. 




Rev. Wm. W. Evans . 


. Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. 




Hon. J. W. F. White . 


. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 




John M. Phillips, Esq. 


. New York City. 




Rev. John M. Waldon, D.D., LL.D. 


. Cincinatti, Ohio. 




Rev. Charles H. Payne, D.D., LLD 


. Delaware, Ohio, 




Rev. John M. Reid, D.D. . 


. New York City. 




Rev. Francis S. Hoyt, D.D. 


. Cincinatti, Ohio. 




Rev. Alexander Martin, D.D. 


. Greencastle, Indiana. 




Rev. William X. Ninde, D.D. . 


. Evanston, Illinois. 




Rev. Arthur Edwards, D.D. . 


. Chicago, Illinois. 




Rev. Richard S. Rust, D.D., LL.D. 


. Cincinatti. 




Rev. Park S. Donelson, D.D. . 


. Lima, Ohio. 




Washington C. de Pauw, Esq. 


. New Albany, Indiana. 




Rev. David C. John, D.D. . 


. Hamline, Minnesota. 




Rev. Alpha J. Kynett, D.D. 


. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 




Rev. John W. M'Donald, D.D. 


. Washington, Iowa. 




Rev. Werter R. Davis, D.D. . 


. Salina, Kansas. 




Hon. George W. Frost 


. Omaha, Nebraska. 




Rev. Augustus C. George, D.D. 


. Chicago, Illinois. 




Rev. Elias D. Huntley, D.,D. LL.D. 


. Appleton, Wisconsin. 




Rev. William N. M'Elroy 


. Bioomington, Illinois. 




Hon. Oliver H. Horton . 


. Chicago, Illinois. 




David M. Williams, Esq. . 


. Dwight, Illinois. 




Rev. Otis Gibson, D.D. 


. San Francisco, California. 




Hon. John Evans 


. Denver, Colorado. 




Rev. Benjamin St. James Fry, D.D, 


. St. Louis, Missouri. 




Rev. Erasmus Q. Fuller, D.D. 


. Atlanta, Georgia. 




Rev. John Braden, D.D. . 


. Nashville, Tennessee. 




Gen. Cyrus Bussey . 


, New Orleans, Lousiana. 




Hon. Edward 0. Stannard 


. St. Louis, Missouri. 




Cornelius Altman, Esq. . 


. Canton, Ohio. 




Hon. James C. M'Grew 


. Kingwood, West Virginia. 




E. Heffner, Esq. 


. Baltimore, Maryland. 




Hon. Benjamin R. Cowen 


. Delaware, Ohio. 




Rev. William H. Kincaid 


. Pittsburg, Pennsylvinia. 




H. K. Carroll, Esq. . 


. 251, Broadway, New York. 




Orrington Lust, Esq. 


. Evanston, Illinois. 





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(ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH SOUTH. 



Rev. Bp. H. N. McTyeire, D.D. 
Rev. John B. McFerrin, D.D. 
Rev. Alpheus W. Wilson, D.D, 
Rev. David Morton . 
Rev. Charles W. Miller, D.D 
Rev. William W. Bennett, D.D, 
Rev. L. S. Burkhead, D.D. 
Rev. Wallace W. Duncan, D.D 
Rev. Wyman H. Potter, D.D. 
Rev. Joseph S. Key, D.D. . 
Rev. William P. Harrison, D.D, 
Rev. Mark S. Andrews, D.D. 
Rev. J. B. A. Ahrens, D.D. . 
Rev. Francis A. Mood, D.D. 
Rev. Isaac G. John, D.D. . 
Rev. Joseph W. Lewis, D.D. 
Rev. Charles G.Andrews, D.D, 
Rev. Augustus R. Winfield, D.D. 
Rev. Ephraim P. Wiley, D.D, 
Rev. George Sim . % . 
Hon. Robert B. Vance 
Edward Winsor, Esq. 
Hon. William H. Chambers 
Dr. A. G. Stitt . 
Professor Francis H. Smith, LL.D. 
Professor Richard W. Jones, M.A. 
Hon. Richard H. East 
John L. de Yampert, Esq. 
Hon. J. Wofford Tucker . 
Walter Clark, Esq. . 
Hon. A. R. Boone 
Professor Benjamin F. Meek 
Thomas J. Magruder, Esq. 
Charles K. Marshall, D.D. 
Dr. H. V. M. Miller . 
John G. Parham, Esq. 
Thomas R. Bonner, Esq. . 
James A. Carlisle, LL.D. . 



. Nashville, Tennessee. 

. Book Agent, Nashville. 

. Missionary Secretary. 

. Louisville, Kentucky. 

. Lexington, Kentucky. 

. Ashland, Virginia. 

. Raleigh, North Carolina. 

. Spartanburg, South Carolina. 

. Newnan, Georgia. 

. Macon, Georgia. 

. Washington City, Dist. Columbia. 

. Montgomery, Alabama. 

. New Orleans. 

. Georgetown, Texas. 

. Galveston, Texas. 

. St. Louis, Missouri. 

. Jackson, Lousiana. 

. Little Rock, Arkansas. 

. Emory, P.O. Washington. 

. Mountain View, P.O. 

. Ashville, North Carolina. 

. Lexington, Missouri. 

. Auburn, Alabama. 

. Millersburg, Kentucky. 

. Charlottesville, Virginia. 

. Oxford, Mississippi. 

. Nashville, Tennessee. 

. Poplar Bluff, Arkansas. 

. Sandford, Florida. 

. Raleigh, North Carolina. 

. Mayfield, Kentucky. 

. Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 

. Baltimore, Maryland. 

. Vicksburg, Mississippi. 

. Atlanta, Georgia. 

. New Orleans, Lousiana. 

. Tyler, Texas. 

. Spartanburg, South Carolina. 



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METHODIST PROTESTANT CHURCH. 



Rev. G. B. McElroy, D.D. 
Rev. S. B. Southerland, D.D. 
J..H. Robinson . 
Hon. C. W. Button . 
Hon. F. H. Pierpont . 
Hon. J. J. Gillespie . 



Adrian, Michigan. 

Georgetown, District of Columbia. 

Lynchburg. 

Lynchburg, Virginia. 

Fairmont, West Virginia. 

86, Wood Street, Pittsburg. 



EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Bishop Thomas Bowman .... Allentown, Pennsylvania. 

Rev. Henry Hintze Kaiser St., Gelsenkirchen, Prussia. 



UNITED BRETHREN. 

Rev. H. A. Thompson, D.D. . . . Westerville, Ohio. 
Rev. J. W. Hott Dayton, Ohio. 



AMERICAN WESLEYAN CHURCH. 



Rev. X. YVardman 
Professor E. G. Payne . 



. Morley, New York. 
. Wo.-ioja, Minnesota. 



FREE METHODIST CHURCH. 



Rev. B. T. Roberts 
Rev. Joseph Travis 



. Rochester, New York. 

. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 



PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH IN UNITED STATES. 

Rev. C. Spurr Mahonoy City, Pennsylvania. 

HOWARD D aisle y, Esq Brooklyn. 



INDEPENDENT METHODIST CHURCH. 



Rev. Charles M. Giffen 
Hon. Charles II. Baker 



. Baltimore. 
. Baltimore. 



CONGREGATIONAL METHODIST CHURCH. 



Rev. S. C. McDaniel . 
Rev. J. F. N. Huddleston . 



Griffen, Georgia. 
Forest, Mississippi. 



AFRICAN M. E. CHURCH. 



Bishop Daniel A, Payne, D.D. . 
Bishop J. M. Brown, D.D., L.C.D. 
Bishop James A. Shorter 
Bishop Wm. F. Dickerson, D.D. 
Rev. B. T. Lee, D.D. . 
Rev. James M. Townsend 
Rev. Augustus T. Carr . 
Rev. James C. Embry 
Mr. Alexander H. Clark 
Prof. Joseph P. Shorter, A.M. 
Mr. Nelson T. Gant 
Mr. Joseph W. Morris 



Baltimore. 

Washington, District of Columbia. 

Wilberforce, Ohio. 

Columbia, South Carolina. 

Wilberforce, Ohio. 

Richmond, Indiana. 

Charlestown, South Carolina. 

Leavenworth, Kansas. 

Iowa City, Iowa. 

Wilberforce, Ohio. 

Zanesville, Ohio. 

Cokesbury, South Carolina. 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH ZION. 



Bishop J. W. Hood 
Bishop S. T. Jones, D.D. . 
Bishop W. H. Hillery 
Bishop Joseph P. Thompson 
Rev. J. B. Small 
Prof. William Howard Day 
Rev. J. McH. Farley 
Rev. J. C. Price 
Rev. Samuel Wilson 
Rev. Wilberd G. Strong . 



Fayetteville, North Carolina. 
Washington, District of Columbia. 
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 
Newburg, New York. 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 
Petersburg, Virginia. 

Mobile, Alabama. 
Mobile, Alabama. 



COLOURED M. E. CHURCH OF AMERICA. 



Bishop Holsey . 
Rev. C. W. Fitzhugh 
Rev. H. H. Mitchell 
Mr. Lewis Carnish . 
Mr. Peter Postell . 
Mr. James H. Harper 



Augusta, Georgia. 
(Virginian Conference). 
North Mississippi Conference. 
Washington, District of Columbia. 
Hopkinsville, Kentucky. 
Augusta, Georgia. 



LOXDOX, 


SEPTEMBER, 1881. 


19 


METHODIST 


CHURCH OF CANADA. 




Rev. George Douglas, LL.D. 


. Montreal. 


j 


Hon. James Ferrier . 






Montreal. 


1 


Rev. Edward B. Ryckman, D.D 






Brantford, Ontario. 




Rev. John Wakefield 




• 


Hamilton, Ontario. 




James H. Beatty, Esq. 






Thorold, Ontario. 




Rev. Edward H. Dewart, D.D 






Toronto, Ontario. 




Rev. A. Sutherland, D.D. 






. Mission Rooms, Toronto. 




John Macdonald, Esq. 






Toronto, Ontario. 




Rev. Henry Pope, D.D. 






St. John, New Brunswick. 




Rev. A. W. Nicolson . 






Annapolis, Nova Scotia. 




David Allison, LL.D. 






Halifax, Xova Scotia. 




Rev. James Dove 






Blackhead, Newfoundland. 


1 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF CANADA. 



Rev. J. Gardner, D.C.L. . 
Rev. S. G. Stong, D.D. 
Rev. E. J. Badgeley, D.D., LL.D. 
J. G. Robinson, Esq. . 



Ingersoll, Ontario. 
Hamilton, Ontario. 

Bellville, Ontario. 



PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH OF CANADA. 

Rev. J. Cooper Antliff, M.A., B.D. . . Toronto. 

Rouert ^VALKER, Esq 60, Maitland Street, Toronto. 



CANADIAN BIBLE CHRISTIANS. 

Rev. II. J. Nott. Charles IIobbs, Esq. 




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20 (ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 

programme* 

SEPTEMBER 7th to 20th, 1881. 



RESOLUTIONS OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

1. That the odd numbers on the Programme be left for the designation of essayists to the 

Eastern Section, and that the even numbers be filled by the Western Section ; and that the 
invited speakers to follow on the even numbers be selected by the Eastern Section, and 
the invited speakers to follow on the odd numbers be selected by the Western Section. 

2. That no Paper presented in the regular Programme shall occupy more than twenty minutes 

in reading ; the invited speaker who follows shall be allowed ten minutes ; after which 
thirty minutes shall be allowed for remarks, provided that no member shall occupy more 
than five minutes, nor speak more than once on the same subject. 



FIRST DAY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th. 

FIRST SESSION. 

10 a.m. — Sermon at City Road Chapel by Rev. Bishop M. Simpson, 
D.D., LL.D., of the Methodist Episcopal Church; to be immediately followed 
by the administration of the Lord's Supper to the members of the Conference. 

SECOND SESSION. 

2.30 p.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

Address of welcome by the President of the British Wesleyan 
Methodist Conference, Rev. George Osborn, D.D. 

Responses by the Rev. Bishop Holland, A. M'Tyeire, D.D., of 
the Methodist Episcopal Church South, Rev. Bishop Henry 
W. Warren, D.D., of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and 
Rev. George Douglas, LL.D., of the Methodist Church of 
Canada, and others. 



LONDON, SEPTEMBER, 1881. 



SECOND DAY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th. 



Topic : Methodism : its History and Results. 



FIRST SESSION. 

10 a.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(1) 1 1 a.m. — The grateful recognition of the hand of God in the origin and 

progress of Methodism. 

Address— Rev. W11. Cooke, D.D., Methodist New Connexion of 
Great Britain. 

Invited Address by Rev. W X. Ninde, D.D., Methcdist 
Episcopal Church. 

(2) 12 noon. — Statistical Results. 

Essay — Rev. Arthur Edwards, D.D., Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Invited Address — Rev. M. C. Osborn, Secretary to the British 
Wesleyan Missionary Society. 

second session. 

2.30 p.m. — Devotional Exercises. 

(3) 2 40 p.m. — Methodism, a power purifying and elevating society. 

Essay — Rev. W. Arthur, M.A., British Wesleyan Methodist Church. 

Invited Address — Rev. Bishop L. H. Holsey, Coloured Methodist 
Episcopal Church of America, 

(4) 3,40 p.m. — The influence that Methodism has exerted on other religious bodies, 

and the extent to which they have modified Methodism. 

Essay — Rev. Alpheus W Wilson, D.D., Methodist Episcopal 
Church South 

Invited Address — Rev. S. S. Barton, Leeds, United Methodist Free 
Churches of Great Britain. 



(ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 



THIRD DAY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER gth. 



Topic : Evangelical Agencies of Methodism. 



FIRST SESSION. 

10 a.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(5) II a.m. — The itinerant ministry. 

Essay— Rev. S. Antliff, D.D., Primitive Methodist Church of 
Great Britain. 

Invited Address— Rev. J. B. M'Ferrin, D.D., Methodist Episcopal 
Church South. 

(6) 12 noon. — Lay Preachers. 

Essay — Hon. J. W- F- White, Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Invited Address— Mr. W Shepherd Allen, M.P., British Wesleyan 
Methodist Church. 

SECOND SESSION. 

2.30 p.m. — Devotional Exercises. 

(7) 2 40 p.m. — Women, and their work in Methodism. 

Essay — Rev. F- W. Bourne, Bible Christian Churches of Great 
Britain. 

Invited Address— Rev. Charles H. Payne, D.D.. Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

(8) 3.40 p.m. — Scriptural holiness, and the special fitness of Methodist means of 

grace to promote it. 

Essay— Rev. John P. Newman, D.D., LL.D., Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Invited Address— Rev. J. Stacey, D.D., President, Methodist New 
Connexion of Great Britain. 



ZO.VflOX, SEPTEMBER, 1881. 



FOURTH DAY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th. 



Topic : Methodism and the Young. 



10 a.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(9) II am. — The training of children in Christian homes ; so as to bring them 
to Christ, and attach them to Methodism. 

Essay — Rev. Joseph Wood, M.A., Primitive Methodist Church of 
Great Britain. 

Invited Address — Rev. J. Mc. H. Farley, Methodist Episcopal Zion 
Church. 

(10) 12 noon. — The training of children in the Sunday school and Church; so 
as to secure the largest evangelical denominational results. 

Essay — Rev. H. A. Thompson, D.D., United Brethren Church. 

Invited Address — Mr. G. J. Smith, British Wesleyan Methodist 
Church. 




24 (ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 



FIFTH DAY, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th. 



Topic : The Lord's Day and Temperance. 



FIRST SESSION. 

10 a.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(11) II a.m. — Methodism and the Lord's Day. 

Essay — Rev. John Baker, M.A., British Wesleyan Methodist Church. 

Invited Address — Rev. B. T. Roberts, Free Methodist Church of 
America. 

(12) 12 noon. — Relation of Methodism to the Temperance Movement. 

Essay — Rev. Bishop D. A. Payne, African Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Invited Address — Rev. Joseph Kirsop, United Methodist Free 
Churches of Great Britain. 

SECOND SESSION. 

2.30 p.m. — Devotional Exercises. 

(13) 2.40 p m.— -Juvenile temperance organisations and their promotion through 

the Sunday school and Church. 

Essay — Rev. Charles Garrett, British Wesleyan Methodist Church. 

Invited Address— Rev. Marshall W- Taylor, Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

(14) 3.40 p.m. — Civil measures to suppress intemperance, and the relation of the 

Church to such movements. 

Essay— Rev. J. M. Walden, D.D., LL.D., Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Invited Address— Mr. Wm. Beckworth, Primitive Methodist Church 
of Great Britain, 



LONDON, SEPTEMBER, 1881. 



SIXTH DAY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th. 



Topic: Possible Perils of Methodism. 



FIRST SESSION. 

10 a.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(15) 1 1 a.m. — From the papacy ; from sacerdotalism, audits comiected errors. 

Essay — Rev. J. Guttridge, United Methodist Free Churches of 
Great Britain. 

Invited Address — Rev. E. B. Ryckman, D.D., Methodist Church of 
Canada. 

(16) 12 noon. — From modern scepticism in its different forms and manifestations. 

Essay — Rev. Daniel Curry, D.D., Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Invited Address— Rev. W. L. Watkinson, British Wesleyan Methodist 
Church. 

SECOND SESSION. 

2 30 p.m. — Devotional Exercises. 

(17) 2.4O p.m. — From fonnality, worldlmess, and improper amusements among our 

oivn members. 
Essay— Rev J. W. M'Kay, D.D., Irish Methodist Church. 
Invited Address — Rev. Charles M. Giffen, Independent Methodist 
Church. 

(18) 3 .40 p.m. — From innovations upon established Methodist usages and institutions. 

Essay — Rev. Bishop J. P Thompson, Methodist Episcopal Zion 

Church. 
Invited Address— Rev. R. Cheeseman, Primitive Methodist Church 

of Great Britain, 



2 6 (ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 



SEVENTH DAY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th. 



Topic : Education. 



FIRST SESSION. 

10 a.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(19) 11 a.m. — The higher education demanded by the necessities 0/ the Church 

in our time. 

Essay— Mr. T. G. Osborn, M.A., British Wesleyan Methodist 
Church. 

Invited Address — Rev. F. A. Abood, D.D., Methodist Episcopal 
Church South. 

(20) 12 noon. — The duty of the Church to maintain schools which are Christian in 

their influence and character. 

Essay — Rev. C. G. Andrews, D.D., Methodist Episcopal Church 
South. 

Invited Address— Rev. G. W Olver, BA., British Wesleyan j 
Methodist Church. j 

SECOND SESSION. 

2.30 p.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(21) 2.40 p.m. — The education and special training of ministers in theological 

schools. 

Essay — Rev. W. B. Pope, D.D., British Wesleyan Methodist Church. 

Invited Address— Rev. George R. Crooks, D.D., Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

(22) 3.40 p.m. — The education and special training of ministers while engaged in 

ministerial and pastoral work. 

Essay — Rev. E. J. Badgeley, D.D., LL.D., Methodist Episcopal 
Church of Canada. 

Invited Address — Rev. J. Dymond, Bible Christian Church of Great 
Britain. 



LONDON, SEPTEMBER, 1881. 27 



EIGHTH DAY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th. 



Topic : The Use of the Press for the Advancement of Christianity. 



FIRST SESSION. 

10 a.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(23) II am. — Denominational literature and its publication. 

Essay — Rev. J. Swann Withixgto.v, United Free Methodist Churches 
of Great Britain. 

Invited Address— Rev. J. Cooper Antliff, M.A., B.D., Primitive 
Methodist Church of Canada. 

(24) 12 noon.— The newspaper, and the use to he made of it by the Church. 

Essay— Rev. C. K. Marshall, D.D., Methodist Episcopal Church 
South. 

Invited Address— Rev. H. W Holland, British Wesleyan Methodist 
Church. 

SECOND SESSION. 

2.30 p.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(25) 2.40 p.m. — Methodist hymnology. 

Essay— Rev. Geo. Osborn, 'D.D., British Wesleyan Methodist 
Church. 

Invited Address— Rev. James A. Buckley, D.D., Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 



28 (ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 



NINTH DAY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th. 



Topic: Home Missions. 



FIRST SESSION. 

io a.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(26) 11 a.m. — The maintenance of home missions among the most degraded 

populations. 

Essay — Hon. James Ferrier, Methodist Church of Canada. 

Invited Address — Rev. Hugh Gilmour, Primitive Methodist Church 
of Great Britain. 

(27) 12 noon. — The important work which the Methodist laity have performed in 

this direction, and the great opportunities which they have in the future. 

Essay — Mr. T. H. Bainbridge, British Wesleyan Methodist Church. 

Invited Address— Rev': G. B. McElroy, D.D., Methodist Protestant 
Church. 

SECOND SESSION. 

2.30 p.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(28) 2.40 p.m. — The best methods of reaching the unconverted sections of the richer 

classes. 
Essay — Rev. S. B. Southerland, D.D., Methodist Protestant 
Church. 

Invited Address— Rev. Richard Green, British "Wesleyan Methodist 
Church. 

(29) 3.4O p.m. — Methodism and its work for orphans, for the aged, and generally 

for the dependent classes. 

Essay — Rev. T. B. Stephenson, B.A., LL.D., British Wesleyan 
Methodist Church. 

Invited Address— Rev. Jacob Todd, D.D., Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 



LOXDOX, SEPTEMBER, 1881. 



TENTH DAY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th. 



Topic: Foreign Missions. 



10 a.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(30) 1 1 a.m. — The results of Methodist niissions in heatheti lands. 

Essay — Rev. John M. Reid, D.D., Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Invited Address— Rev. E. E. Jenkins, M.A., British Wesleyan 
Methodist Church. 

(31) 12 noon. — How to avoid zvaste, rivalries, and confusion, arising from 

different Methodist bodies occupying the same or contiguous fields. 

Essay— Rev. J. H. Rigg, D.D., British Wesleyan Methodist Church. 

Invited Address— Rev. R. S. Maclay, D.D., Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 






30 (ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 



ELEVENTH DAY, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th. 



2'opic : Foreign Missions — continued. 



FIRST SESSION. 

10 a.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(32) 1 1 a.m. — 'I he establishmt.nl and support of training schools for native converts 

and native ministers in the foreign field. 

Essay— Rev. Wvman H. Pottek, D.D., Methodist Episcopal Church 
South. 

Invited Address— Rev. John Kilner, British Wesleyan Methodist 
Church. 

(33) 12 noon. — The use of the press in non- Christian countries for the promotion of 

the Gospel. 

Essay — Rev. J. S. Banks, British Wesleyan Methodist Church. 

Invited Address— Rev. Leroy M. Vernon, D.D., Methodist 
Episcopal Church. 

SECOND SESSION. 

2.30 p.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(34) 2.40 p.m. — The missionary work required in papal and semi-infidel nations. 

Essay— Rev A. Sulzberger, Ph.D., Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Invited Address— Rev. H. J. Piggott, B.A., British Wesleyan 
Methodist Church. 

(35) 3'4° P- m - — 2^ resources of Methodism for the work of the world' s conversion ; 

and the duty of developing and employing those resources. 

Essay — Rev. C. C. M'Kechnie, Primitive Methodist Church of 
Great Britain. 

Invited Address— Rev. C. W Miller, D.D., Methodist Episcopal 
Church South. 



LONDON, SEPTEMBER, 1881. 31 



TWELFTH DAY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th. 



Topic: Christian Unity. 



FIRST SESSION. 

10 a.m. — Devotional Exercises, &c. 

(36) 1 1 a.m. — How Christian unity may he maintained and increased among our- 

selves and ?nade manifest in the ivorld. 

Essay — Rev. Augustus C. George, D.D., Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Invited Address — Rev. Wm. Cocker, D.D., Methodist New 
Connexion Church of Great Britain. 

* 

(37) 12 noon. — The catholicity 0/ Methodism. 

Essay — Rev. John Myers, United Methodist Free Churches of Great 
Britain. 

Invited Address— Prof. J. P Shorter, African Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 



SECOND SESSION. 

2.30 p.m. — Devotional Exercises. 

(38) 2.4O p.m. — Methodism as a bond 0/ brotherhood among the nations. 

Essay— Mr. David Allison, LL.D., Methodist Church of 
Canada. 

Invited Address— Rev. Benjamin Gregory, British Wesleyan 
Methodist Church. 



32 (ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 



IReoulations for tbe Government of tbe Conference. 



i. 

For convenience of organisation, and for the purposes of equity and 
fraternity, the whole Methodist community shall be included in four general 
divisions, as follows : 

First Division. — The British Wesleyan Methodist Churches. 

Second Division. — Other British Methodist Churches. 

Third Division. — The Methodist Churches in the United States and 

Canada having an episcopal form of government. 
Fourth Division. — The Methodist Churches in the United States and 

Canada having a non-episcopal form of government. 

It is understood that the several Churches described are inclusive ot 
their respective mission fields*and affiliated Conferences. 

ii. 
There shall be a business committee consisting of twenty members, five 
of whom shall be selected from each general division, and two of whom, if 
possible, shall be laymen. This committee shall be chosen by the eastern 
and western sections of the executive committee, on nomination of the 
members of said executive committee representing respectively the several 
general divisions. The first named on the business committee by the first 
(European) division shall be the convener, but the committee shall choose by 
ballot its own chairman and secretary. All questions, proposals, resolutions, 
communications, or other matters, not included in the regular programme of 
exercises, which are intended to be brought before the Conference, shall be 
sent first to the business committee. The final twenty minutes of the second 
session of each day shall be set apart for reports from the business com- 
mittee, but such reports shall at all times be privileged, and shall take 
precedence of any other matter which may be before the Conference. 



LONDON SEPTEMBER, 1881. 



33 



III. 
The business committee shall appoint some one to preside on each day 
of the Conference, and in the following- manner, to wit: on the first day, 
from the first division ; on the second day, from the third division ; on the 
third day, from the second division ; on the fourth day, from the fourth 
division : repeating - this order as long as the Conference may remain in 
session. 

IV. 

The business committee at the opening of the first regular business 
session of the Conference shall nominate four secretaries, one from each 
general division, the one named from the first (European) division to be 
chief; but if the nominations thus made shall fail of confirmation, in whole 
or in part, then the Conference shall proceed to fill the vacant place, or 
places, in such manner as it may determine: provided that the mode of 
distribution herein indicated shall be maintained. 

v. 
Every session of the Conference shall be opened with devotional 
exercises, to be conducted by some person elected by the president for 
the day. 

VI. 

The first hour of each forenoon session, after devotional exercises and 
reading of journal, shall be set apart for the presentation of resolutions or 
other papers not included in the regular programme. Every resolution 
must be reduced to writing and be signed by at least two names. The 
Conference may at any time close the morning hour and proceed to the 
regular order, but the question must be taken without debate or subsidiary 
motion. 

VII. 

No paper presented in the regular programme shall occupy more than 
twenty minutes in reading ; the invited speaker who follows shall be allowed 
ten minutes; after which thirty minutes shall be allowed for remarks: 
provided that no member shall occupy more than five minutes, nor speak more 
than once on the same subject. 



34 (ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 



VIII. 

At the close of the regular order, at the final session of each day, the 
president shall call for a report from the business committee In debates on 
such reports, whenever presented, no member shall occupy more than ten 
minutes, nor speak more than once on the same report ; and the chairman 
of the committee, or some one designated by him, shall be allowed ten 
minutes in which to close the debate. 



IX. 



All votes taken in the Conference shall be by individual count, without 
any reference to the particular body with which the voter is connected. 



Any addition or alteration to these regulations thought desirable must 
be sent to the business committee and reported back to the Conference before 
a final vote is taken ; and no rule shall be suspended, except by consent of 
two thirds of the Conference. 






LONDON, SEPTEMBER, i88r. 



35 



plan of Sunoas Servicer 



N.B.— The Superintendent Ministers of the Circuits in which appointments are made, are requested 
to communicate directly with the preachers appointed; as the'Sub-Committee can take no 
further responsibility after the publication of the plan. 



C. — Conference Collection. 

S.S. — Sunday School Anniversary. 

CO.— Chapel Opening. 



C.A. — Chapel Anniversary. 
C.T.— Chapel Trust Collection. 
Q. — Quarterly Collection. 



C.C.— Circuit Collection. 



WESLEYAN METHODIST. 



■ Circuit and Chapel. 


time. 


| September iith. 


September i8th. 


City Road. 












City Road .... 


i of 


Bishop Peck 


c 


President Stacey 


CC 


n .... 


61 


President Douglass C 


Bishop McTyeire 


CC 


St. John's Square . 


ii 


Bishop Hillery 


SSA 


Dr. Long 


C 




3 


Dr. Lewis 


SSA 






it • • • 


61 


Bishop Brown 


SSA 


Dr. McFerrin 


C 


The Children's Home. 












. 


ii 


Dr. B. K. Pierce 


c 


Bishop Warren 






61 


C. Garrett 


c 


Dr. J. A. Williams 




Islington. 






, 






Liverpool Road 


ii 


C. Garrett 




Dr. Buckley 


C 


!> ... 


61 


Dr. Buckley 




Dr. Baldwin 


C 


Dalston 


ii 


W. Cutts 




W. Luke 


C 


i» • • • • • 


61 


H. Gilmour 


--- - 


Bishop Hillery 


c 


Highbury. 










Highbury .... 


ii 


W. J. Tweddle 


c 






,, .... 


6> 


Dr. Long 


c 






Caledonian Road . 


ii 






W. J. Tweddle 


c 


,, ... 


61 






J. A. Johnson 


c 


Mildmay Park. 












Mildmay Park 


ii 


Dr. Duncan 




Dr. J. S. Waugh 


c 


II ... 


61 


David Hill 




Joseph Bush 


c 


Green Lanes 


ii 


Prof, van Vleck 




David Hill 


c 


ii ... 


61 


Dr. J. S. Waugh 




Dr. Duncan 


c 



C2 



3 6 (ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 


Circuit and Chapel. 


TIME. 


September iith. 


September i8th. 


Hackney. 

Hackney (Richmond Road) . 

it ii 
Homerton (Cassland Road) . 

ii 11 • 


II 

61 

ii 

61 


• 

V. H. Bulkley 
W. Cutts 
James Dove 
Benj. Hellier 


H. W. Holland c 
Benjamin Hellier c 
W. B. Lark c 
Dr. B. K. Pierce c 


Kentish Town. 

Lady Margaret Road 

i> • • 


ii 

61 




Bishop Payne c 
Dr. Arthur Edwards c 


Spitalfields. 

Church Street (Spitalfields) . 

Bethnal Green. 
Approach Road 

n ... 
Mile End Road . 

ii ... 


61 


Bishop Hillery 


Bishop Brown c 


ii 

61 
ii 

3 
61 


Dr. Ch. H. Payne CO 
Dr. B. K. Pierce CO 
Bishop K. Holsey CO 


R. Morton c 
R. Morton c 
H. J. Piggott co 

Bishop Warren co 


St. George's. 

St. George's (Cable Street) . 
n • 

Limehouse .... 
ii .... 


I of 

61 
ii 

* 61 

IO| 

61 


M. T. Myers 

Rev. D. Morton 

Dr. McFerrin 

Dr. W. W. Bennett 

J. H. Robinson C 

H. W. Holland C 


Bishop Holsey c 
J.'lH. Robinson ■ c 
J. H. Robinson c 
Dr. Lewis c 
Dr. Donelson CA 
Bishop Holsey CA 


Bow. 

Bow Road .... 

Old Ford .... 
ii .... 


II 

61 
ii 
6> 


A. W. Nicolson c 
Dr. C. W. Miller c 


Dr. C. W. Miller C 
A. W. Nicolson c 


Canning Town. 
Barking Road 

1! •.. 

Plaistow .... 
ii • . . . 


ii 

61 
ii 

61 


B. A. Carlson c 
B. A. Carlson c 
Bishop Hood ssa 
Bishop Hood ssa 


B. A. Carlson SSA 
Bishop Hood ssa 
S. B. Reynolds C 
J. Kirtlan c 


Highgate. 

Hornsey Road 

n 
Archway Road 

Holly Park . 

ii • • 
Hornsey (High Street) 




ii 

61 
II 

61 
ii 
61 
ii 

61 


R. Cheeseman c 
Dr. Martin c 
Bishop McTyeire c 
Dr. Ryckman c 
Dr. Huntingdon . C 
Dr. C. K. Marshall . c 
Prof. Meek . c 
Dr. Huntingdon c 


Dr. Arthur Edwards 
Dr. Huntingdon 
Dr. C. K. Marshall 
Prof. Meek 
Dr. Ryckman 
Dr. Newman. 
Dr. Martin 
Dr. C. K. Marshall 



LONDON, SEPTEMBER, 1881. 




37 


Circuit and Chapel. 


time. 


September iith. 


September i8th. 


Finsbury Park. 













Finsbury Park 


11 


A. Holliday 


c 


Dr. Huntingdon 






64 


Dr. Newman 


c 


Dr. F. S. Hoyt 




Wood Green .... 


11 


Dr. F. S. Hoyt 


c 


Professor Shorter 




11 .... 


6i 


Professor Shorter 


c 


Bishop Dickerson 




Clapton. 












Clapton .... 


IO| 


H. J. Piggott 




Bishop Thompson 


c 




6* 


E. S. Peck 




James Dove 


c 


Leyton 


n 


Bishop Thompson 




James Dove 


c 




6* 


Bishop Thompson 




J. S. Paine 


c 


Walthamstow 


11 


E. S. Peck 




J. S. Paine 


c 


„ . 


6| 


J. S. Paine 




E. S. Peck 


c 


Wanstead and Woodford. 












Wanstead .... 








H. Hintze 


c 










T. M'Cullagh 


c 


Woodford .... 








T. M'Cullagh 


c 


11 .... 








H. Hintze 


c 


New Barnet. 












New Barnet .... 


11 


J. Watsford 


c 


W. L. Watkinson 




„ .... 


6* 


W. L. Watkinson 


c 


J. Watsford 




Great Queen Street. 












Great Queen Street 


1 of 


President Chew 


c 


President Kendall 






61 


Bishop Bowman 


c 


President Read 




King's Cross (Liverpool St.) . 


11 


R. Nicholls 


c 


Hugh Gilmore 






6J 


R. Roberts 


c 


Dr. James 




Prince of Wales' Road \ 


11 


Dr. Long 


c 


R. Roberts 




n 


61 


Dr. James 


c 


R. Nicholls 




Lewtsham. 












College Park .... 


11 


Dr. Key 


c 






11 .... 


61 


Dr. W. H. Potter 


c 






Lambeth. 












Lambeth (Lambeth Road) . 


10} 


Dr. Vernon- 


SSA 


Dr. Ninde 


c 




61 


Dr. J. M. Reid 


SSA 


Dr. Kynett 


c 


Clapham (High Street) 


11 


Dr. Ninde 


C 


R. N. Young 




n 11 


61 


Bishop Warren 


c 


Dr. J. M. Reid 




Brixton Hill. 












Brixton Hill . 


ioj 


Dr. Tiffany 


c 


Bishop Simpson 






61 


Dr. Carlisle 


c 


W. G. Price 




Roupell Park 


11 


J. D. Dodgson 


c 


Dr. Tiffany 







61 


R. N. Young 


c 


Dr. McKay 





38 (ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 


Circuit and Chapel. 


TIME. 


September iith. 


September i8th. 


Sydenham. 


. 


• 






Sydenham .... 


II 


Dr. A. Wheeler 




W. H. Kincaid C 




64 


Dr. W. S. Edwards 




Dr. Walden C 


Up. Norwood, Westow Hill . 


IO| 


W. G. Price 




W. W. Evans C 




6| 


W. H. Kincaid 




A. McCurdy C 




ii 


Dr. Walden 




Dr. Edwards C 




6i 


W. W. Evans 




J. D. Dodgson C 


Mostyn Road. 










Mostyn Road 


IOf 

64 

IOf 






Dr. E. D. Huntley C 


jj ... 
Walworth .... 


John Wakefield 


C 




11 .... 


6| 






Dr. W. R. Davies C 


Barry Road .... 
jj .... 


ii 
64 








Hinde Street. 










Hinde St. (Manchester Sq.) . 


ii 


Dr. A. G. George 


C 


John Myers 




6* 


Dr. Sutherland 


C 


Bishop Peck 


Stanhope St. (Hampstead Rd.) 


ii 


Dr. Sutherland 


C 


James Calvert 


J> JJ 


64 


Mark Brokenshire 


C 


Dr. A. C. George 


Sutherland Gdns. (Harrow Rd.) 










Sutherland Gardens 


v ii 






Dr. H. V. M. Miller C 


jj 


6i 






Dr. H. V. M. Miller C 


St. John's Wood. 










Finchley (Wentworth Park) . 


ii 






Dr. Homer Eaton C 


jj 


64 






Dr. Homer Eaton C 


KlLBURN. 










Kilburn (Quex Road) . 


ii 






Dr. Stitt C 


jj • 


6i 






Dr. J. M. King C 


Willesden Junction 


ii 


Dr. J. M. King 


c 




jj • 


6| 


Dr. Stitt 


c 




Bayswater. 










Bayswater (Denbigh Road) . 


II 


F. W. Macdonald 


c 


G. B. McElroy 


jj jj 


64 


T. B. Wood 


c 


Dr. Gibson 


Notting Hill (Lane. Road) . 


* II 


G. B. McElroy 


c 


N. Wardman 


jj jj 


64 


G. B. McElroy 


c 


F. W. Macdonald 


Bassein Park (Starch Green) 


II 


N. Wardman 


c 


Dr. Gibson 


ji jj 


64 


N. Wardman 


c 


T. B. Wood 


Kensington. 










Warwick Gardens . 


II 


Dr. Gibson 


c 


Dr. Braden 


,, ... 


64 


Dr. Fuller 


c 


Dr. C. H. Payne 


West Kensington Park . 


II 


R. S. Caseley 


c 


Dr. C. H. Payne 


.» • 


64 


Dr. Braden 


c 


Dr. Fuller 





LONDON, SEPTEMBER, 1881. 


39 


Circuit and Chapel. 


Time. 


September iith. 


September i8th. 


Westminster. 

Westminster College Chapel . 

Pimlico, Claverton Street 


11 

6i 
11 

6i 


Dr. Lyth C 
Dr. Kynett C 


Dr. Vernon C 
W. Wilson C 


Blackheath. 
Bennett Park 

jj ... 
Greenwich (London Street) . 


11 

6i 
11 

61 


Dr. W. H. Potter C 
Dr. M. S. Andrews C 
Rev. G. Bowden C 
Dr. Key C 


Dr. Key 

Rev. G. Bowden 
Dr. M. S. Andrews 
Dr. W. H. Potter 


Bromley. 

Bromley .... 
n .... 
jj .... 
jj .... 


11 
6i 


Dr. Ahrens C 
Dr. Ahrens C 
Alexander Reid C 
Alexander Reid C 


Alex. Reid 
Alex. Reid 
Dr. Ahrens 
Dr. Ahrens 


Woolwich, 

William Street 
Plumstead Common 


11 
6* 


Dr. F. A. Mood C 


Dr. F. A. Mood C 


Hammersmith. 
Rivercourt 

jj ... 
Brentford 

jj ... 
Isleworth 

jj • 

Turnham Green 

i 

jj ... 

Munster Park 

jj ... 




11 
6i 

11 

61 
11 

6i 
11 

6J 
11 

6J 


Dr. McDonald C 
Bishop Shorter C 
Ingram SS 
Baker SS 
Baker ca 
Ingram CA 
Dr. H. Pope C 
Dr. W. P. Harrison C 
Dr. Isaac John CT 
Dr. Isaac John CT 


Dr. Isaac John 
Dr. W. P. Harrison 
Dr. H. Pope C 
Dr. H. Pope c 

Dr. W. P. Harrison Cj 
Bishop Shorter Q 
Dr. McDonatd C 
Dr. McDonald C 


Ealing and Acton. 

Ealing 

Acton 


11 
6J 

11 
61 


Dr. C. G. Andrews C 
Dr. W. B. Pope C 
Dr. W. B. Pope C 
Pastor Hocart C 


Pastor Hocart 
Dr. W. B. Pope 
Dr. C. G. Andrews " 
Dr. C. G. Andrews 


Wandsworth. 
St. John's Hill 

Tooting 

>j • • 
Putney 

>> 




11 

61 
11 

6J 
11 

61 


Dr. E. Wiley C 
Bishop Peck C 
Dr. Burkhead C 
Dr. Badgeley C 
Dr. Winfield . 
Dr. Whedon 


Dr. Badgeley 

Dr. Winfield 

Dr. Whedon 

Dr. E. Wiley 

Dr. Badgeley C 

Dr. Burkhead C 



4 o (ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 


Circuit and Chapel. 


Time. 


September iith. 


September i8th. 


Croydon. 

Tamworth Road . 

j» ... 
Addiscombe Road 

jj ... 
South Norwood 

jj ... 


ii 

6i 
ii 

6J 
ii 

6i 


• 

J. Chapman 

Dr. Townsend 

T. Nathas 

Dr. 0. H. Warren 

J. S. Banks C 

James Read C 


J. C. Antliff C 
J. S. Banks C 
James Read C 
J. C. Antliff C 
Dr. 0. H. Warren CT 
Dr. Townsend CT 


METHODIST NEW CONNEXION. 


Circuit and Chapel. 


Time. 


September iith. 


September i8th. 


Brunswick. 

Great Dover Street 

1! !) 


ii 


President Osborn C 
S. S. Barton C 


F. W. Bourne 
President Kendall 


Islington. 

Packington Street . 

1! » 


ii 
6i 


F. Greeves 
J. Dymond 


H. P. Hughes C 
A. Holliday C 


Trinity Church 

Forest Hill .... 

JJ .... 


ii 
6* 


Professor Jones C 
Professor Smith C 


W. M. Hunter 
Owen Davies 


PRIMITIVE METHODIST CONNEXION. 


Circuit and Chapel. 


Time. 


September nth. 


September i8th. 


London Field's 

jj jj • • 


ii 
6i 




C. Spurr C 
C. Spurr C 


H0XT0N 


ii 
6* 




J. C. Embry C 
J. C. Embry C 


Stoke Newington. 

jj ... 


ii 
6i 




J. Wenn C 
J. Wenn C 


South Street, Islington. 

JJ JJ !> 


II 
6* 


J. Causeland 
J. Causeland 




Dartmouth Park. . 
jj jj • 


ii 
6* 


Dr. Ryckman C 
R. Cheeseman C 




HOLLOWAY. .... 
jj .... 


ii 
61 


J. W. Townsend C_ 
J. W. Townsend C 





LONDON, SEPTEMBER, 1881. 41 


Circuit and Chapel. 


Time. 


September iith. 


September i8th. 


i) • • 




11 
6* 


J. Wood 
J. C. Price 


J. W. Townsend 


Caledonian Road. . 




11 


Supply 
J. Wood 


Hugh Gilmore 
A. McAulay 


II 




11 

6i 




J. W. Holt C 
J. W. Holt c 


East Street, Walworth 

!> II 




11 
6J 


C. Spurr c 
C. Spurr c 


T. Lawrence 
T. Lawrence 






11 

6£ 


W. Lift c 
W. Lift c 


D. Berry 
D. Berry 


Thomas St., Kennington Park. 

I) )! 


11 
6i 


D Berry c 
D. Berry c 


J. Causeland 
J. Causeland 


Union Street, Rotherhithe. 
11 n 


11 
6i 


J. Butler c 
J. Butler c 


W. E. Parker 
W. E. Parker 


Stanstead Road, Forest Hill. 
n 11 


11 
6* 


G. Burford c 
G. Burford c 


J. Ramsdale 
J. Ramsdale 


Hamilton Rd., Lower Norwood 
11 11 


11 
61 


S. B. Reynolds C 
S. B. Reynolds C 

Dr. S. Antliff C 
Dr. S. Antliff c 


J. Slater 
J. Slater 


Land Street, Croydon. . 
n n 


11 
6> 


J. Ferguson 
J. Ferguson 




11 
6\ 


C. J. Antliff c 
C. J. Antliff c 


Dr. S. Antliff 
Dr. S. Antliff 


Plough Lane, Battersea. 
n 11 


11 
6* 


J. Ferguson C 
J. Ferguson C 






11 
6* 

11 
6* 




J. C. Price 
J. C. Price 


Crisp Street, Poplar. 

11 11 


C. M. Giffen C 
C. M. Giffen C 


J. Travis 
J. Travis 


Cubitt Town .... 


11 
6i 


J. Slater C 
J. Slater C 


Mr. Burford 
Mr. Burford 


Little King Street, Camden 
Town .... 


11 
6J 


G. Seaman C 
G. Seaman C 




Harrow Road. .... 
11 .... 


11 
61 


T. Lawrence C 
T. Lawrence C 


Joseph Travis 
Joseph Travis 



42 (ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 


Circuit and Chapel 




time. ! September iith. 


September i8th. 


Maryleborne. . 

11 * 






ii 1 
6i 


Bishop Bowman C 
Bishop Bowman C 


Tottenham. 






II i R. Clapham C 
61 : R. Clapham C 


J. Mc H. Farley 
J. Mc H. Farley 


Grayshott Road. 






ii Dr. S. B. Southerland C 
6\ . J. Tobias C 


W. Arthur 
Geo. Lamb 


Canning Town. 






II 
61 


J. Kirtlan 
G. Lamb 


Eishop Hood C 
S. B. Reynolds C 


Kentish Town. . 
n 






ii 
61 




G. Seaman 
G. Seaman 


Walthamstow. . 

11 • 






ii 
61 


J. Wenn C 
J. Wenn C 




Victoria Hall, Southwark. . 
u • • • . . 


II 
61 


J. C. Embery C 
J. C. Embery C 




Trinity Street, Borough. 

1! IJ 


ii 
61 




Dr. Gardiner C 
Dr. Gardiner C 


BIBLE CHRISTIAN CONNEXION. 


Circuit and Chapel. 


Time. 


September iith. 


September i8th. 


Hoxton. 

Jubilee Chapel, East Road . 
11 ii ■ • 


ii 
61 


Rev. S. Hulme C 
Rev. Dr. Rigg C 


Dr. Baldwin 
W. Williams 


Lambeth. 

Waterloo Road Chapel . 
n ii 


ii 
61 


Dr. W. R. Davies C 
W. B. Lark C 


F. Kellett , 
W. Mellor 


Clapham. 

Garner Chapel,Wirtemberg St. 
ii ii 


ii 
61 


J. Dymond C 
G. W. Olver c 


J. Wakefield 
J. Guttridge 

Dr. Sutherland 
Dr. Stitt 


KlLBURN. 

Percy Rd. Chapel, Kilburn Pk. 
n ii ii 


ii 
61 


A. E. Gregory C 
Josiah Evans C 


Forest Hill. 

Wastdale Road Chapel . 
ii ii 


ii 
61 


W. G. Price C 
J. H. Sholl C 


A. McCurdy 
Dr. McKay 



LONDON, SEPTEMBER, 1881. 



43 



UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCHES. 



Circuit and Chapel. 


Time. 


September iith. 


September i8th. 


Bath Street, Poplar. 


11 


Rev. Dr. Cocker C 
E. E. Jenkins C 


Geo. Curnock 
S. S. Barton 


Bruce Road 

,, .... 


11 


President Reed C 
Dr. B. S. Fry c 


T. Dymond 
J. Dymond 


Queen's Road, Bayswater. . 


11 
61 


J. Akroyd C 
W. M. Hunter C 


W. H. Tickell 
B. T. Roberts 


Piggott Street, Limehouse. . 


11 
6\ 


Dr. B. S. Fry 

A. W. Nicholson C 




Willow Street, Finsbury. 

ii n 


11 
6i 




J. Kilner C 
S. D. Waddy C 


Church Road, Battersea. 


11 
6* 


Josiah Banham 
W. Rowe 


I. B. Vanstone C 
G. 0. Bate C 


Westmoreland Street, Pimlico 

n n • 


11 
6* 


J. Mc H. Farley 
J. Mc H. Farley 


Dr. Lyth C 
Mark Brokenshire C 


Railton Road, Herne Hill. . 
11 11 • • 


11 
6i 


Dr. Huntley C 
Dr. W. Crook C 


Dr. A. Wheeler s.s.A. 
Supply 



^SF 




44 (ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 



©tber arrangements. 



RECEPTION at the MANSION HOUSE, 

On the Evening of WEDNESDAY, September 7th, 

By the Right Hon. the LORD MAYOR (Aid. Wm. MArthur, M.P.) 
And the LADY MAYORESS. 



LOVEFEASTS. 
On THURSDAY, September 8th, 

At Denbigh Road Chapel (Wesleyan), Bayswater; 

At China Terrace Chapel (Wesleyan), Lambeth; 

At Bath Street Chapel (United Meth. Free Church), Poplar; 

At Prince of Wales' Road Chapel (Wesleyan), Kentish Town. 

To commence in each case at 7-3°- 

Admission will be given to Members of the several Methodist Churches on the presentation of 
their Tickets of Membership at the door. 



RECEPTION of DEPUTATIONS from OTHER CHURCHES 

At EXETER HALL, on THURSDAY, Sept. 15th, 

At 6.30 o'clock. 

It is expected that Deputations will be received from the Congregational Union, the Baptist 
Union, some Presbyterian Churches, the Moravian Churches, and the British Society for the 
Propagation of the Gospel among the Jews. 

Revs. Henry Allon, D.D., John Kennedy, D.D., J. Oswald Dykes, D.D., John 
Dunlop, W. G. HabErshon, Esq., and others have been named amongst the gentlemen who 
will attend, but the list is not yet complete. 



LOXDOX, SEPTEMBER, i88r. 



IReaulatfons for tbe IRecoonitton ano Homisaion of 
•Representatives to tbe. Conference. 



The Reception Sub-Committee will attend in the Rooms of the Benson 
Block, City Road Chapel, to meet the Representatives, and to distribute to 
them tickets of admission to the Conference, on Monday and Tuesday, 
September 5th and 6th. 

Places are reserved for them on the floor of the Chapel. The members 
of the Eastern Section will enter by the right hand door; those of the 
Western by the left hand door, from the central entrance. 

Places are provided on the platform for the President for the day, for 
the Secretaries, and for the Essayist and the invited Speaker of the hour. 



IReoulations for Homission of tbe public ano tbe press. 



Objects. — To admit as many friends as possible, having- due regard to the 
health and efficiency of the Conference. 

In these arrangements there must be considered : 

1. The capacity of the Building. 

2. Suitable accommodation for the Conference itself. 

3. The large number of British Methodists who will desire admission. 

4. The 'hundreds ' of Methodists reported to be coming from abroad. 

5. The hosts of the Conference representatives. 

6. The claims of subscribers to the guarantee fund. 

7. The ministers of the several bodies who will desire to attend. 

8. The wishes of distinguished strangers. 
' "9. The requests of the press. 



46 (ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 



Resolved. — I. That the platform and the whole of the floor, with the 
exception of 200 seats towards the back of the chapel, be reserved for the 
Conference itself. 

This will appropriate 436 sittings, of which, however, several will be 
inconveniently situated, reducing- the number of desirable sitting's to about 
400, the number of members of the Conference. 

2. That the remaining 200 seats on the floor be allotted to those 
ministers and laymen who have served on committees or sub-committees 
in promotion of this Conference, and yet have not been elected as repre- 
sentatives, and to the ministers of the several denominations represented. 

3. That the broad aisles near the platform be provided with narrow 
tables for the accommodation of the press. 

4. That the gallery, containing about 600 seats, be opened to the 
public as hereinafter provided. 

5. That it is unnecessary to make express provision for the occasional 
presence of distinguished strangers, but that the best available accommo- 
dation for the time being be given them under the direction of the Ticket 
Committee. 

6. That admission be by ticket, each ticket admitting one person only. 

7. That tickets be issued by a ticket committee sitting on the premises. 



fticftet IReguIattcms. 



I. — As to the 200 floor seats allotted to the public. — I. That non-trans- 
ferable tickets for the whole of the sessions be issued on application to those 
ministers and lay gentlemen who have served on committees or sub- 
committees in promotion of this Conference. 

2. That for the rest of the floor tickets perforated in the middle, one half 
white, for the morning session, and the other red, for the afternoon, be issued 
to ministers, and be available for the day only and the person whose name 
they bear; and that the same persons have no claim to tickets on successive 
days, until other applicants have been supplied. 



lO.YnO.Y, SEPETMBER, 1881. 



3. That the doorkeeper tear off a corner from each ticket presented on 
entering-, and that the remainder of the half-ticket for the session be given 
up on leaving-, and no torn ticket be available for re-entry. 

4. That as places are vacated they may be filled by other persons of 
similar official position supplied with tickets at the discretion of the ticket 
committee. 

5. That every individual making personal application for floor tickets 
be required to sign his name in a book provided for the purpose. 

6. That applications by letter may be received for tickets before the 
time for which they are desired (but not for more days at a time than one), 
and will be attended to, provided the name and address of the person for 
whom the ticket is desired be given. 

7. That no floor tickets be transferable, and any not intended to be used 
be returned to the ticket committee as early after issue as possible. 

II. — As to the Gallery.— \. That 600 tickets be issued for each day for 
the gallery, and that each ticket be available for the day named upon it, and 
no other. 

2. That 400 of these tickets be placed each evening, for the following 
day, in the hands of the 400 representatives, to be distributed by them in the 
exercise of their best judgment. 

3. That in the distribution of these tickets the representatives who are 
strangers be requested to regard especially the wishes of their hosts, and 
those who are resident in London and the neighbourhood the wishes of 
subscribers to the guarantee fund. 

4. That any tickets not disposed of by the representatives each morning 
on their arrival at the Conference be handed to the ticket committee to be 
distributed by them. 

5. That the remaining 200 tickets be distributed at the discretion of the 

ticket committee. 

6. That if in any session any place be unoccupied either in the gallery, 
the floor, or the morning chapel for twenty minutes after the session has com- 
menced, whether morning or afternoon, or if any place be vacated in the 
course of the session for twenty minutes, the ticket committee be empowered 
to fill such places. 

7. That tickets be issued by the ticket committee to the representatives 
of the press, so far as accommodation can be found for them, the Methodist 
press in every case having the preference. 



4 8 



(ECUMENICAL METHODIST CONFERENCE, 



provincial HDeetinas. 



These Meetings will be held as under : — 

Deputation so far as arranged. 

BRISTOL Rev. J. M. Walden, D.D., LL.D. 

September 21st & 22nd. Rev. E. D. Huntley, D.D., LL.D. 

Rev. G. B. McElroy, D.D. 
Rev. S. G. Stone, D.D. 



LEEDS . 

September 21st & 22nd. 



Rev. Bishop Dickerson, D.D. 
Rev. C. H. Payne, D.D., LL.D. 
Rev. G. R. Crooks, D.D., LL.D. 
Rev. A. W. Wilson, D.D. 
Gen. Clinton B. Fisk. 



TRURO 

September 21st & 22nd. 


Rev. A. C. George, D.D. 
Rev. A. Edwards, D.D. 
Rev. C. W. Miller, D.D. 
Hon. G. W. Frost. 


NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE 
■ September 22nd, 23rd, & 25th, 


Rev. 0. H. Tiffany, D.D. 
Rev. W. P. Harrison, D.D. 
Rev. G. R. Crooks, D.D., LL.D. 
Rev. J. B. M'Ferrin, D.D. 
Hon. Oliver Hoyt, Esq. 
John Macdonald, Esq. 


SHEFFIELD .... 
September 25th & 26th. 


, Rev. Bishop Dickerson, D.D. 

Rev. J. P. Newman, D.D., LL.D. 
Rev. A. Sutherland, D.D. 
Rev. A. Wheeler, D.D. 
Gen. Cyrus Bussey. 
Hon. Oliver H. Horton. 


HANLEY 

September 25th & 26th. 


Rev. Park S. Donelson, D.D. 
Rev. Wallace W. Duncan, D.D. 
Rev. C. H. Payne, D.D., LL.D. 
Rev. A. W. Wilson, D.D. 
Hon. J. Wofford Tucker. 
Walter Clarke, Esq. 


BIRMINGHAM . 
September 28th. 


Rev. Bishop Dickerson. 
Rev. W. P. Harrison, D.D. 
Gen. Clinton B. Fisk. 



LONDON, SEPTEMBER, 1SS1. 49 






arrangements for Bails Xuncbeon. 



Dinner will be provided daily after the morning- session in a large room, just 
outside the gate at the back of the chapel. Tickets for this will be given to 
Delegates as they enter the room, on presentation of their Conference tickets. 
On the first day Delegates only can be admitted : on subsequent days other 
persons will be admitted, so far as the accommodation will allow at a charge 
of three shillings. 



postal Hrranoemcnts. 



Letters for Delegates will be distributed in the pews, before the morning and 
afternoon sessions. At all other times gentlemen must apply at the Post 
Office, on the right of the Chapel yard. 

Letters may be posted (mailed) by being placed in the box provided for 
the purpose in the lobby of the Chapel. 






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fll>etbo£>i0t 3u0tituttott0. 



Wesleyan Colleges for Urainina Ueacbers for publfe )£le* 

mentar^ 2Da£ SebOOlS.— These two Colleges are under the care of the 
Wesleyan Education Committee, and are maintained by government grants 
and contributions from the Wesleyan Education Fund, together with 
entrance fees, of limited amounts, payable by students. The Rev. David J. 
Waller was appointed Secretary of the Committee by the Conference of 
1881. 

I. The Westminster Training College. The entrance is at 130, 
Horseferry Road. The College was originally built and furnished (1851) 
by means of a grant from the Centenary Fund and other gifts, supple- 
mented by a government building grant. But the premises have since 
been considerably enlarged and improved at the Connexional expense, and 
the estate, which includes large practising schools for scholars of both sexes 
and of all ages, with extensive playgrounds and quadrangles, is one of 
considerable value. Up to 187 1 both mistresses and masters were trained 
in the College for employment almost exclusively in Wesleyan schools ; 
but since that date it has been used for training masters only, many of 
whom find employment in the board schools of the country. About 120 
young men are resident for training. Dr. Rigg is the principal, and Mr. C. 
Mansford, B.A., is vice-principal, under whom a large tutorial staff is 
employed. 

The College, with its Schools, forms one of the largest and most com- 
plete institutions of its kind in the country. Access from the City is by 
District Railway from Mansion House Station to St. James' Park ditto • 
thence (six minutes' walk) across Victoria Street, and by Strutton Ground 
into Horseferry Road. From Charing Cross by omnibuses to Victoria Station 
which pass Strutton Ground. ' 

The Chapel is a large gothic structure adjoining the College. It was 
built in accordance with a project originated by the late Rev. John Scott 
and Mr. John Robinson Kaye, of whose valuable services to the work of 
Wesleyan education it may be regarded as a memorial. 



LONDON, SEPTEMBER, 1881. 51 



II. Southlands Training College, Battersea. — This College was 
opened at Christmas, 1S71, and is exclusively devoted to the training of 
young women as teachers for Public Elementary Schools, of whom there are 
about 1 10 in residence. Connected with the College are schools for girls 
and infants, in which the students are practised in teaching. The estate 
adjoins the railway, which supplies direct access by trains leaving Ludgate 
Hill, Cannon Street, Waterloo, and Victoria Stations. The station, High 
Street, Battersea, overlooks the College and its grounds. The College 
premises include a large adapted mansion, to which have been added 
buildings occupied as students 1 dormitories, class rooms, lecture halls, &c, 
the principal's house, and schools. The Rev. G. O. Bate is principal, Mr. J. 
Bailey is the head master, and with him several tutors are employed in the 
instruction and training of the students. 

The Queenswood School. — This School is situated in King's Road, 
Clapham Park (No. 4). It may be reached either by trains from Victoria, 
Ludgate Hill, or London Bridge to Clapham Station (not Clapham Junction). 
It is distant about a mile from the Clapham Station, and from the Plough 
Inn, Clapham, which is the terminus for the omnibuses and tram-cars 
running from the City and Westminster Bridge. The School is one in which 
the daughters of Wesleyan ministers are educated. About sixty pupils are 
in residence. Miss Henley is the lady principal. 

XTtinit£ 1ball, SOUtbpOt't. — A handsome structure, and admirably 
adapted for the purpose in all its sections, was as a ' school for the education, 
instruction, and improvement of the daughters of Wesleyan ministers,' pre- 
sented to the Wesleyan Connexion by the late Juiin Fernley, Esq., in 1871 
The school accommodates about sixty girls. 

ICleslevan fllMsston Ibouse an& Ccntenarv? 1F3all, Bishopsgate 

Street, Within, opposite Threadneedle Street, is a substantial building with 
an imposing farade, surrounded by banking and commercial institutions. 
The premises were purchased in 1839 w ' t ' 1 a portion of the proceeds of the 
Centenary Fund, and have since formed the headquarters of the Wesleyan 
Foreign Missionary Society, and more recently also of the Wesleyan Home 
Missionary Society. The building contains numerous committee rooms and 
offices, which are used for the Connexional Committees of the Wesleyan 
Societies; a saloon, capable of holding some 250 persons; and a hall 
holding about 400. The trustees have, on more than one occasion, been 
offered £150,000 for this property. In connection with the Mission House is a 



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/IfoUSeUITl Of /IDetbOOlSt BntlCllUtieS.— The museum was originated 
three years ago by the late Revs. Dr. Jobson and Dr. Punshon. 
It contains numerous letters, portraits, printed papers, and manuscripts 
affecting the history of Methodism ; the two celebrated pictures, represent- 
ing Wesley escaping as a lad from the burning rectoryat Epworth, and 
his deathbed scene at City Road ; as also various paintings and busts of 
Methodist preachers and laymen adorn the museum. A curator is in charge. 

Meslepan Conference (Mice anb Boofe=room.— 2, Castle street, 

City Road, London. Book steward, Rev. T. Woolmer ; editor, Rev. B. 
Gregory. Formed by Mr. Wesley for the publication and sale of his 
works. On his death he vested his property in the Book-room in trustees 
' for carrying on the work of God in connection with the Conference.' The 
premises are being partially rebuilt. The following particulars of the sales 
for the past year were reported to the recent Conference : Periodicals, 
1,779,000; Tracts, 4,976,572; new congregational Hymn-book, 210,729; 
Methodist Scholars' Hymn-book, 223,389; old Scholars' Hymn-book, 41,050; 
other publications, 590,000. There is also a depot at 66, Paternoster Row. 

flftetbobist IRew Connexion Book Concern.— Established in 1 797, 

is at No. 4, London House Yard, St. Paul's. Editor and book steward, Rev 
John Hudston. 

TUniteb flbetbobist $ ree Cburcbes 3Boofe*room.— No. 119, Salis- 
bury Square, Fleet Street, London, was established in 1837. The Book- 
room has been very successful as a commercial institution, and large sums 
have been appropriated out of its profits towards the theological institution, 
chapel, mission, and other funds of the assembly. The Rev. T. Newton is 
book steward, the Rev. R. Abercombie, M.A., is editor. 

Primitive /IftetbOOiSt BOOR*rOOnt.— Rented premises, Sutton Street, 
Commercial Road, London, E. The sale of magazines, hymn-books, and 
other Connexional books is very large. The Rev. W. Fknwick is Secretary 
and book steward, and the Rev. C. C. M'Kechnie is editor. Business large 
and prosperous. Last year £325 of the profits allocated to the ' Superannuated 
Ministers, Widows, and Orphans' Fund; ' remaining profits, viz, £500, to the 
'New Book-room Fund.' 

Cbilbren's fbome, ©rpbanage, IRefnge, anb TErainina institute, 

— London Branch, Bonner Road, Victoria Park, London, E. ; Lancashire 
Branch, Wheatsheaf Farm, Edgworth, near Bolton ; ■ Canadian Branch, 



LONDON SEPTEMBER 1881. 53 



Ontario, Canada ; Certified Industrial Branch, Milton, Kent. Seaside 
Branch, Ramsey, Isle of Man. This institution, which commenced in a very 
humble way, but is now of considerable dimensions, containing in its various 
branches about 530 children, was founded in 1869 by its present principal, 
the Rev. Dr. T. B. Stephenson. The home at Victoria Park, which is easily 
reached and is well worthy a visit, is managed upon the 'family' principle, 
the buildings being- erected in separate blocks or ' homes.' There is a chapel 
connected with the orphanage, and the children have an efficient band and 
choir. Another Branch of this system of orphanages is about to be established, 
at a cost of £19,000, in the neighbourhood of Birmingham. 

IFleW IRtttQSWOOO ScbOOl. — This famous School stands on Lans- 
downe Hill, overlooking the city of Bath, and is one of the most prominent 
public buildings of the neighbourhood. The school, which is used exclusively 
for the education of the sons of Wesleyan ministers, is the property of the 
Wesleyan Methodist Connexion. It accommodates at present about 140 boys, 
and when enlarged by the expenditure of £15,000, voted for the purpose by 
the Thanksgiving Fund Committee, will supply room for 300 boys. The 
School has been for many years distinguished for the number of boys who 
have won honours at various university examinations. Governor, Rev. J. 
H. Lord ; headmaster, Mr. T. G. Osborn, M.A. 

TKHOOObOUSe (BrOVC ScbOOl, QleeOS.— This School was erected in 
1812, enlarged in 1S47, and has been used during that period for the educa- 
tion of the sons of Wesleyan ministers. It accommodates about 130 boys. 
The Wesleyan Conference of 1 88 1 having decided to concentrate the schools 
at New Kingswood, the Woodhouse Grove property will probably be used 
for other educational purposes. Governor, Rev. G. Fletcher. 

UdeSleS College, Sbeffielb.— This College, which was built in 1838 
at a cost of about £30,000, is a proprietary school under Wesleyan control 
The governor is appointed by the Wesleyan Conference. The present 
governor is the Rev. W. H. Dallinger, a distinguished Fellow of the Royal 
Society. Headmaster, Mr. H. M. Shera, M.A. The college is affiliated to 
the London University. 

TJQesleS College, TTauntOlt — was built at a large outlay in 1843, 
and has accommodation for about 220 scholars. The directors are chosen 
from the proprietors and the superintendent ministers of the Exeter District ; 
and the President ot the Wesleyan Conference is president of the college. 
Governor, Rev. W. P Slater ; headmaster, Mr. T. Sibly, B.A. 



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WeSleSatt /IlietbOOiSt College, BeJfaSt, is one of the most hand- 
some educational institutions in the north of Ireland. The cost of the 
buildings was £40,000, and there is an endowment fund of £20,000. The 
building contains accommodation for thirty students, eighty boarders, and 
300 day pupils. The institution was founded in 1865, for the purpose of 
providing for the educational wants of the Methodist body in Ireland. 
President, Rev. J. W. M'Kay, LL.D. ; theological tutor, Rev. W. P. Applebe, 
LL.D., B.D. 

Weslesan Connertonal Scbool, Stepben's (Breen, 2>ublin — 

This School, established in 1845, provides accommodation for about 150 
scholars. The School is under the control of the Irish Wesleyan Methodist 
Conference. 

XTbe %VQS ScbOOl was founded at Cambridge about six years ago, 
for the purpose of affording to the youth of Methodist families and others 
the opportunity of high-class public school education, free from the special 
ecclesiastical bias of the larger public schools. The success of the School 
has amply justified the anticipations of its founders. The site has proved 
admirably adapted for the purpose. Standing in a well wooded park of some 
twenty-one acres, the buildiogs are hardly surpassed by t any among the 
richly built colleges of Cambridge. 

The governing body includes the President of the Conference {ex officio), 
the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor of London, and other leading 
ministers and gentlemen. The headmaster is the Rev. W. F- Moulton, 
M.A., D.D., one of the members of the New Testament Revision Committee. 

Cambridge is reached from London in one hour and a half, by G.N. or 
G.E. Railways. 

Mesle^an ZTbeological institution, IRicbmono, Surrey —This 

Institution or College is one of four colleges used for the training of candi- 
dates for the Wesleyan Methodist ministry. The Richmond estate was 
purchased in 1843, an d occupying a prominent position upon the summit of 
Richmond Hill, is now a very valuable property. The building contains 
ample provision for seventy students. There is a governor's residence and 
also separate residences for the tutors. In 1851 a chapel was erected in the 
grounds. The College is now used exclusively for the training of students 
for the foreign missionary work. Governor, Rev. D. Sanderson; tutors, 
Rev. Dr. Osborn, theology ; Rev. F. P. Napier, B.A., and W. T. Davison, 
M.A., classics and mathematics ; Rev. W. A. Findlay, BA-, assistant tutor. 



LONDON, SEPTEMBER, i88r. 55 



BiOSbUH? College, flfcanCbeSter— This branch of the Wesleyan 
Theological Institution, now used for the training- of students exclusively for 
the home work, was opened in 1842. Towards the erection and furnishing 
of the Didsbury and Richmond Colleges £71,000 was granted by the Com- 
mittee of the Wesleyan Centenary Fund, and a large sum has been granted 
to the Theological Institution Fund out of the recently formed Thanksgiving 
Fund. There are about sixty students in residence. The following 
ministers constitute the staff: Governor, Rev. W Jackson; tutors, Rev. Dr. 
Pope, theology ; J. D. Gedex, Hebrew and classics ; A. J. French, B.A., 
mathematics and philosophy ; G. A. Bennett, assistant tutor. An elegant 
and costly college chapel has been erected by the family of the late James 
Heald, Esq. The College is in the suburbs of Manchester, and easily 
reached. 

1bea0in<jle£ College, XeeOS.— This College belongs to the Wesleyan 
Methodist Connexion, and was erected and opened in 1868. The building is 
a large and commodious structure, providing accommodation for sixty students. 
The staff is as follows : Governor, Rev. B. Hellier ; tutors, Rev. J. S. Banks, 
theology; Rev. G. G. Fixdlay, B. A., classics; and Rev. Francis J. Nance, 
M.A., assistant tutor. The College is a few miles from Leeds. 

BinnittGbam TKHeSlesatt College.— This College at Handsworth, 
a few miles from Birmingham, is under the direction of the Wesleyan 
Conference, and is the most recently built of the Wesleyan theological 
institutions. It is a handsome building, erected and furnished at a cost of 
about £30,000, the funds for its erection being provided by the Thanksgiving 
Fund. The institution will accommodate seventy students. The staff is as 
follows : Governor, Rev. M. Hartley ; tutors, Rev. R. N. Young, classics • 
Rev. F- W. Macdonald, theology ; Rev. William Foster, B.A., assistant 
tutor. 

IRattmOOV College.— Principal, Rev. Dr. Cocker. This College, 
situated in the suburbs of Sheffield, is the property of the Methodist New 
Connexion, and is used for the training of ministers. 

primitive /l&etbooist Ideological institute, Sunoerlano.— 

Rev. T. Greenfield, principal and tutor. Substantial and commodious 
building, free of debt. Provides for twenty-two students. Has been open 
thirteen years. Always has had its full complement of students. Dr. W. 
Antliff, its principal from the beginning, retires this year, owing to infirmi- 
ties of age. 



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primitive /Ifcetbooist Ubeological institute, /Ifoancbester.— 

Rev. James Macpherson, principal and tutor. A handsome and commodious 
new building, recently opened. When completed will accommodate fifty 
students. As yet, however, only halt of the original design carried out. 
Expenditure in building, £8,203 > money raised, £6,533 ; unpaid subscriptions, 
£2,000. 

Meslesan /ibetbooist Sunoav. Scbool XHnion.-This union was 

established in 1874. Its headquarters are at 2, Ludgate Circus Buildings, 
London. It has many agencies for trade purposes in different parts of the 
country and it promotes Sunday School work by conventions and meetings. 
It publishes monthly The Wesleyan Methodist Sunday School Magazine for 
workers, which has a large circulation, and also Our Boys and Girls, a paper 
for children. It has also issued an excellent hymn book, and more recently 
a tune-book to accompany it. Its Bible cartoons and other appliances 
have been extensively circulated among Sunday Schools of nearly all 
Churches. Wesleyan Methodist Sunday Schools both at home and abroad 
can be affiliated to the union. Secretary, the Rev. Charles H. Kelly. 

primitive* /llietbooist Sunoav. Scbool mnion — There are now 

in the Primitive Methodist Connexion at home and abroad 4,100 schools, 
59, 272 teachers, and 383,350 scholars; and 2,682 schools are connected 
with the union. The union has not at present a separate building set apart 
for its purposes. 

primitive flDetbooist College, Elmfielo, lorft.— Rev. r. Smith, 

governor. Extensive and beautiful premises within a mile of York City. 
Provides for one hundred and twenty boys. Built about fifteen years ago. 
Until last year, when commercial depression operated unfavourably, had 
always its full complement of pupils, and a gratifying balance-sheet. Debt 
rapidly reduced. Educational results highly satisfactory. 

Primitive flfcetbOOiSt XaDieS' College, The Cedars, Clapham 
Common. — Rev. W. Rowe, governor. Rented premises. Commenced 
seven years ago. Education of the highest order. A considerable per- 
centage of the pupils have year by year successfully passed Cambridge 
University Examinations. A decided success, but lately crippled by com- 
mercial depression. 

primitive rtfcetbooist Bourne College, Birmingbam.— Rev. g. 

Middleton, governor. Hitherto occupied rented premises. Now, however, 



LONDON, SEPTEMBER, 1881. 



new buildings, as large as Elmfield, are being erected, and will be opened 
during the year with every prospect of success. 

tlbe Blbersbot Soldiers' Ifoomes, ©rosvenor 1Roat> anfc mortb 
Camp; anfc tbe Cbatbam Soldiers' ant> Seamen's 1bome anb 

JUStitUte, /HMUtatg TRoat). — It is the aim of these institutions to furnish 
a resort for soldiers of all denominations who desire, during their leisure 
hours, to escape from the turmoil and temptations of the garrison. They 
offer opportunity for Christian fellowship, for evangelistic effort, for mental 
improvement, and for social recreation. 

At Aldershot, the South Camp is provided with a Home and Mission 
Hall, and the North Camp has a smaller institution. 

The Chatham Home is a large and commanding building in the best 
possible position. It includes a well-furnished reading room, with a library 
of 1000 vols., recreation rooms, a very handsomely fitted-up refreshment 
room, lecture room, class room, prayer room, and visitors' room. The 
special wants of the seamen, R.N., have not been overlooked. Sleeping 
accommodation for 50 is provided. 

In the month of May last, a bazaar, opened by H.R.H. the Duchess of 
Connaught, realised about £3000 for the relief and extension of these 

institutions. 

The managers of the Homes will welcome any visitors. Trains for 
Aldershot, from Waterloo, S. W.R. ; and for Chatham, L.C & D.R., from 
Victoria or Holborn Viaduct. 






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Booresses of IRepresentatives. 



N.B. — Delegates whose names are followed by no address either have not been heard from by 
the Committee or have intimated their wish to make their own arrangements. 



Abercrombie, Rev. R., M.A 
Ahrens, Rev. J. B. A., D.D. 
Allen, W. S., Esq., M. P. . 
Allison, David, LL.D. 
Andrews, Rev. Charles G., D.D 
Andrews, Rev. Mark S., D.D. 
Antliff, Rev. J. Cooper, M.A., 
Antliff, Rev. S., D.D. 
Arthur, Rev. Wm., M.A.. . 
Atkinson, H. J., Esq., J. P. 
Badgeley, Rev. E. I., LL.D. 
Bainbridge, T. M., Esq. 
Baker, Hon. Charles H. . 
Baker, Rev. John, M.A. . 
Baldwin, Rev. S. L., D.D. . 

Ballantyne, J., Esq. . 
Banks, Rev. J. S. 

Barley, Rev. E. . 
BARLOW, Alderman 
Barlow, James, Esq., J. P. . 
Barton, Rev. S. S. 

Barrett, Rev. J. S. . 
Bate, Rev. G. O. 
Bateman, T., Esq. 
Beatty, James H., Esq. 
Beauchamp, J., Esq.. . 
Beckworth, W., Esq. 

Bennett, Rev. William W., D 
Berry, D., Esq. . 
Boddington, T., Esq. 
Bond, Rev. John 
Bonner, Thomas R., Esq. . 
Boone, Hon. A. R. 



. Peckham, London, S.E. 

. Mr. W. H. Wamsley, Bromley. 

. Cheadle. 

. Mr. W. W. Pocock, The Lawn, East Hill, Wandsworth. 

. Mr. W. T. Eastman, 25, Harewood Square, W. 

. Mr. H. Spicer, 14, Aberdeen Park, Highbury, N.' 

.D. Rev. W. E. Crombie, 17, Wandell Road, Croydon. 

. Rev. W. E. Crombie, 17, Wandell Road, Croydon. 

. Clapham Common, S.W. 

. Gunnersbury House, Acton, W. 

. W. W. Pocock, The Lawn , East Hill.Wandsworth, S.W. 

. Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

. Mr. Ellis Jones, Isleworth. 

v . Mr. E. T. Wilks, Lansdowne Villas, Lansdowne Road, 

Dalston. 

. Lemard Road, Croydon. 

. Mr. C. J. Leigh, Fairlight Villas, Sydenham Road, 

Croydon. 

. Mr. Hobbs, 16, King Street, Covent Garden. 

. Bury, Lancashire. 

. Greenthorne, near Bolton. 

. Mr. D. Annan, Glenfer House, Bruce Road, Bromley- 

by-Bow. 

. Wesleyan College, Richmond, Surrey 
. Southlands College, Battersea, S.W. 

. Mr. Lewin, 63, Kentish Town Road. 

. Mr. E. Stroud, 2, Queen's Terrace, Camden Road. 

. Cholmeley Park, N. 

. Mr. E. H. Sharpe, 4, Altonbury Gardens, Clapham 

Common, S.W. 

D. . Cocker's Hotel, Charterhouse Square, E.C. 
. 1, Lady Lake's Grove, Mile End. 

. Wandsworth, S.W. 

. Mr. D. F. Shillington, 10, Spenser Park, Wandsworth 
Common, S.W. 



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Bourne, Rev. F. W. . 


. 14, Belmont Road, Clapham, S.W. 


Bowden, Rev. Geo. 


. Mrs. John Lidgett, The Paragon, Blackheath, S.E. 


Bowman, Bishop Thomas . 


. R. Nuttall, Esq., 14, Westbourne Park Terrace, 




Harrow Road, W. 


Braden, Rev. John, D.D. . 


. Mrs. Blyth, 2, Norland Grove, Uxbridge Road, 




Shepherd's Bush, W. 


Briggs, W., Esq. . 


. Mr. Smyth, 25, St. John's, East Dulwich, S.E. 


Brimelow, W., Esq. . 


. Mr. W. H. Taylor, 65, Gore Road, Victoria Park, E. 


Brooke, J., Esq. . 


. Mr. T. G. Waterhouse, New Barnet. 


Brown, Rev. J. Walkden . 




Brown, Rev. Bp. J. M., D.D., ] 


L.C.D. . Mr. J. W. Gabriel, Albion House, City Road, E.C. 


Brownfield, W. E., Esq. . 




Buckley, Rev. James M., D.D. 


. Mrs. Wiseman, 2, Belitha Villas, Barnsbury, N. 


Budgett, W. H., Esq. 


. Bristol. 


Bulkley, Rev. Vincent H. 


. Mr. Webster, 2, Northcote Road, Evering Road, 




Stoke Newington, N. 


Bunting, P. W., Esq. . 


. 43, Euston Square. 


Burford, G., Esq. 


. Mr. W. Nicholls, 16, Peter Road, Canning Town, E. 


Burkhead, Rev. L. S., D.D. 


. Mr. D. F. Shillington, 10, Spenser Park, Wandsworth 




Common, S.W. 


Bush, Rev. Joseph 


. Mr. Lancelot Smith, Newport House, Highbury 




Quadrant, N. 


Bussey, Gen. Cyrus . 


. Mr. R. Davis, Earlsfield, Wandsworth Common. 


Butler, W., Esq. 


. Mr. J. R. Cuthbertson, 1, Wiltshire Road, Brixton. 


Butler, I., Esq. . 


. Mr. J. Wann, 49, Breer St., Bridge Rd., Fulham, S.W. 


Butters, Rev. William 


. Dunedin Villa, 43, Up. Tulse Hill, Brixton Rise, S.W. 


Button, Hon. C. W. . 


, Mr. G. Green, Tranmere House, Haselrigg Road, 




Clapham, S.W. 


Calvert, Rev. James . 


. Mr. J. Porter, 16, Fairfax Road, N. 


Carlson, Rev. Bengt A. . 


. Mr. Scutt, 30, Kings Road, Upton Park, E. 


Carlisle, James A., LL.D. 


. Lady Lycett, 18, Highbury Grove, N. 


Carnish, Mr. Lewis . 


. 


Carr, Rev. Augustus T. . 




Carroll, H. K., Esq. . 


. Dr. D. W. Sargent, 364, Brixton Road, S.W. 


Caseley, Rev. R. S. . 


. Mr. W. Pester, 94, Goldhawk Road, Shepherd's Bush. 


Causeland, Rev. J. . 


. Mr. Firbank, 6, Leighton Road, Kentish Town. 


Chambers, Hon. William H. 




Chambers, George, Esq. . 


. Dublin. 


Charleton, G., Esq. . 


. Rev. B. Senior, Surrey Parsonage, Blackfriars Road. 


Cheesman, Rev. R. 


. Crayford Road, Parkhurst Road, Holloway, N. 


Chew, Rev. R. . 


. Mr. R. B. Salisbury, Woodford. 


Clapham, R., Esq. 


. Mr.Hurd,Acacia House,TheWilloughby,Tottenham,N 


Clark, iMr. Alexander H. 




Clark, Walter, Esq. 


. Mr. Cox, Holyrood, Ealing, W. 


Cocker, Rev. Wm., D.D. . 


. J. Whitworth, Esq., Wood Street, City, E.C. 


Cole, Skelton, Esq. . 


. Sheffield. 


Cooke, Rev. Wm., D.D. 


. Burslem House, Dartmouth Park, Forest Hill, S.E. 



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Cooke, Wilson 


Mr. E. Soper, I, Melbury Terrace, Harewood Sq., W. 


Cordova, Rev. Felipe N. . 


• 


Cowen, Hon. Benjamin R. 




Crook, Rev. W., D.D 


Josland's Hotel, Aldersgate Street, E.C. 


Crooks, Rev. George R.,D.D.,LL.D. 


Mr. H. J. Atkinson, Gunnersbury House, Acton. 


Curnock, Rev. Geo 


Cable Street, St. George's, E. 


Cutts, Rev. W 


71, Free Grove Road, Holloway. 


Daisley, Howard, Esq. 


Mr.T.B. Johnson, Tudor Road, Mare St., Hackney, E. 


Dale, R., Esq. 


Rev. W. Luke, 57, Fairbank Street, East Road, E.C. 


Davies, Rev. Samuel .... 


Mr. W. E. Davies, 22, Hetherington Rd., Clapham, W. 


Davis, Rev. Werter R., D.D. . 


Captain Smith, Brunswick House, Villa Road, Brixton. 


Day, Professor William Howard 




Denness, W., Esq 


Mr. G. Twerton, Spital Square. 


Dewart, Rev. Edward H., D.D. 


Cocker's Hotel, Charterhouse Square, E.C. 


De Pauw, Washington C. 


Midland Hotel. 


Dickerson, Rev. Bishop Wm., D.D. . 


Mr. T. Young, 19, Osborne Villas, Stroud Green, 




Finsbury Park N. 


Dickey, Hon. Asa M 




Dingley, J., Esq 


Launceston. 


Dodgson, Rev. James D. . . . 


Mr. J. J. Vickers, Stanley House, Roupell Park, S.W. 


Donelson, Rev. Park S., D.D. . 


Cocker's Hotel, Charterhouse Square, E.C. 


Douglas, Rev. George, LL.D. . 


Devonshire Hotel, Bishopsgate Street, E.C. 


Dove, Rev. James .... 


Rev. C. Churchill, M.A., 37, Almack Road, Clapton, E. 


Duncan, Rev. Wallace W., D.Da 


Mr. Hill, 4, Highbury Terrace, N. 


Dunn, A., Esq 


38, Southwark Street, S.E. 


Dymond, Rev. J 


Mr. G. Twerton, Spital Square, E.C. 


Dyson, J., Esq., J.P 


Thurgoland, Sheffield. 


East, Hon. Richard H. 




Eaton, Rev. Homer, D.D. . 


Mrs. Marshman, Alexandra House, Finchley, N. 


Edge, Joseph, Esq., J.P. 


Burslem. 


Edge, S. R., Esq., M.A. 


Newcastle-under-Lyme. 


Edwards, Rev. Arthur, D.D. . 


Mrs. Billing, 273, Camden Road, N. 


Edwards, Rev. William S., D.D. 


Mr. J. L. Bradshaw, Gatestone Park, Upper Norwood, 
S.E. 


Ellis, R., Esq., J.P 


Embry, Rev. James C. ... 


Mr. B. Kingston, 11, Annis Road, South Hackney. 


Evans, Rev. William W. . . . 


Mr. Lowry, Baroda House, Oakfield Road, Penge, S.E. 


Farley, Rev. J. McH 


Mr.Hurd,AcaciaHouse,TheWilloughby,Tottenham,N 


Farrar, Rev. John .... 


141, Wilberforce Road, Finsbury Park, N. 


Fenwick, Rev. R 


6, Sutton Street, Commercial Road, E. 


Ferens, R., Esq. .... 




Ferguson, Rev. J 


Rev. G. Windram, Beulah Lodge, Dalling Road, 




Hammersmith. 


Ferrier, Hon. James .... 


Lady Lycett, 18, Highbury Grove. 


Fisk, Gen. Clinton B. . . . 


Rev. W. Arthur, Clapham Common. 


Fitzgerald, Francis, Esq. 




Fitzhugh, Rev. C. W. 





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Fletcher, P. P., Esq. 

Flitch, J. J., Esq. 

Fowler, H. H., Esq., M.P. 

Frost, Hon. George W. . 

Fry, Rev. Benjamin St. James, D.D 

Fuller, Rev. Erasmus Q., D.D. 



Gabriel, J. W., Esq. . 
Gardner, Rev. J., D.C.L. 
Garrett, Rev. Charles 
Geden, Rev. J. D. 
George, Rev. Augustus C. 
Gibson, Rev. Otis, D.D. 
Giffen, Rev. Charles M. 
Gillespie, Hon. J. J. . 
Gilmore, Rev. H. 



Green, Alderman Joseph, J 
Green, Rev. Richard 
Greenhill, William E. 
Greeves, Rev. F. 
Gregory, Rev. Benjamin 
Griffith, Rev. W. 
Goodman, J., Esq., M.D. 
Guttridge, Rev. J. , 
Harrison, Rev. William I 



Hazlehurst, Geo., S., 
IIealey, E., Esq. . 
Heffner, E. 
Hellier, Rev. B. . 
Hill, Rev. David 
Hill, J. R., Esq. . 
Hillery, Bishop W. II 
Hintze, Rev. Henry 
Hocart, Rev. James 
Hodge, G., Esq. . 
Holden, Edward, Esq 
Holland, Rev. II. W. 
Holliday, Rev. A. 
Holsey, Bishop . 
HOOD, Bishop J, W. 
Horswell, J., Esq. 
Horton, Hon. Oliver 
Hott, Rev. J. W. . 

Howard, F., Esq. 



Esq 



H. 



D.D 



D.D. 



Mr. Bond, 28, Denmark Road, Ealing. 

Leeds. 

Wolverhampton. 

Mrs. Broad, 10, Fairbridge Road, Upper Holloway, N. 

Mr. E. J. Richardson, Gainsborough, Londesborough 

Road, Castelnau, S.W. 
Albion House, City Road. 
Rev. J. Aston, 4, Dalberg Road, Brixton. 
Miss Morgan, 22, Barnsbury Park, N. 
Mrs. Nash, Kennington Road, S.E. 
Mr. W. Johnson, 20, Ulster Place, Regent's Park, N.W. 
Mr. Joseph Izard, 60, Holland Road, Kensington, W. 
Mr. Lake, Cann Hall, Leytonstone. 

Rev. C. C. M'Kechnie, 35, Free Grove Road, Hollo- 
way, N. 
Mrs. Thomas Cuthbertson, Wiltshire Road, Brixton. 
Down's Park Road, Clapton, E. 
Belfast. 

The Manse, Green Lanes, N. 
Kenninghall Road, Clapton, E. 
Mr. Arter, Linden House, Hammersmith. 

Mr. Mills, 5, Queen's Terrace, Old Ford, Victoria Pk., E. 
Mr. Smith, Claremont House, Goldhawk Road, 

Hammersmith. 
Runcorn. 
Liverpool. 

Mr. John Bentley,Claremont, Cazenove Rd.,Clapton,E. 

Mr. Broomhall, 2, Pyrland Rd.,Highbury New Park,N. 

York. 

Mr. Ashby, City Road, E.C. 

Mr. E. Pope, Albion Hills, Loughton. 

Mr. II. J. Atkinson, GunnersburyiHouse, W. 

Rev. S. Blair, 4, Pekin Terrace, Canning Town, E. 

Shipley, Bradford. 

Mr. Holdsworth, Lusworth, Pembury Rd., Clapton, E. 

Captain King, Pembury Road, Clapton. 

Mr. Geo. Abbott, 74, Dempsey Street, Stepney, E. 

Mr. Ingram, 5, King St., Hask Rd., Canning Town, E. 

Rev. F. W. Bourne, 14, Belmont Rd., Clapham, S.W ( 

Mr. Rounsfell, 33, Longton Grove, Sydenham. 

Mr. W. Saxby, 7, Chichester Street, St. George's Sq., 

Pimlico. 
Bedford. 



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Hoyle, I., Esq.. J.P. 

Hoyt, Rev. Francis S., D.D. 

Hoyt, Hon. Oliver 
Huddleston, Rev. J. F. N 
Hughes, Rev. H. P., M.A. 
Hulme, Rev. S. . 
Hunter, Rev. W. M. . 
Huntington, Rev. de Witt C. 
Huntley, Rev. Elias D., D.D., 
James, Rev. J. H., D.D. 
Jenkins, Rev. E. E. M.A. 
Jenks, I., Esq. 
John, Rev. David C, D.D. 
John, Rev. Isaac G., D.D. 



Johnson, Rev. John A. 
Jones, Professor Richard W 
Kelly, Rev. C. H. 

Kendall, Rev. C. 
Kendrick, John . 
Key, Rev. Joseph S., D.D. 
Kilner, Rev. John 

Kincaid, Rev. William H. 

King, Captain 

King, Rev. James M., D.D. 

King, S. G., Esq. . 
Kirsop, Rev. Joseph . 
Kynett, Rev. Alpha, D.D. 
Lamb, Rev. G. 
Lark, Rev. W. B. 
Laurence, T., Esq. 
Lelievre, Rev. M., 
Lewis, Rev. Joseph W., D.D 
Lidgett, Geo., Esq. . 
Liebhart, Rev. . 
Lift, W., Esq. 

Long, Rev. Albert L., D.D 
Long, James 
Luckley, G., Esq. 
Luke, Rev. W. 
Lumley, E,, Esq. . 
Lunt, Orrington, Esq. 



M 



. Manchester. 

. Mr. BlackwelT, i7,RothburyVillas, Stroud Green Road, 

Finsbury Park, N. 
. Mr. Hoyle, 32, Stockwell Park Crescent. 

. Mrs. Barrett, Stamford Hill. 
. J. Whitworth, Esq., Wood Street, City,'E.C. 
. Mr. Clapham, 13, Queen's Road, Bayswater. 
1 D.D. Mr. Ohlson, 6, Hope Terrace, Hornsey. 
LL.D. Mr. H.C.Jepps, Grove House, 1 5 3, Clapham Rd.,S.W. 
. Dr. R. T. Smith, 53, Haverstock Hill. 
. 6, The Paragon, Blackheath, S.E. 
. Wolverhampton. 

. Dr. W. Byron Hill, 27, High Street, Clapham, S.W. 
. Mr. J. P. Flew, Smallwood House, Fulham Park 

Gardens, W. 
. Mr. Restarick, 13, Hartlan Road, Hill Martin Road. 
Mrs. Bennett, Carisbrook House, Upper Tulse Hill. 
. The Wesleyan Methodist Sunday School Union, 

2, Ludgate Circus Buildings, E.C. 
. Rev. R. Cheesman, 53, Crayford Road, Holloway. 
. Mr. A. J. Binns, Penalverne, Castlenaw, Barnes, S.W. 
. Mr.G. Lidgett, GroveHouse,Conduit'sVale,Blackheath. 
. The Wesleyan Mission House, Bishopsgate Street 

Within, E.C. 
. Mr. W. Lewis, 14, Wood Vale, Forest Hill. 

Pembury Grove, Clapton. 
. Mr. Burgoyne, Woodthorpe, Stonebridge Park, 

Willesden, N.W. 
. Mr. T. King, Croydon. 

. G. S. Knight, Esq., Fountain Dock, Bermondsey. 
. Mr. Binns, Highfield House, Broomfield Road, S.W. 
. Mrs. Lamb, Lonsdale Square. 
. Mr. Powell, Shepherdess Walk, City Road. 
. Rev. W. Rowe, 5, The Cedars, Clapham Common. 
. Mrs. Whelpton, Boylands, Streatham Hill, S.W. 
. Cocker's Hotel, Charterhouse Square, E.C. 
. Blackheath, S.E. 

. Rev. P. Schweikher, 30, Albert Sq., Commercial Rd.,E. 
. Mr. Norton, Sandford Villa, Berbeck Avenue, Home 

Road, Acton. 
. Mr. J. J. Yeo, Upper Street, Islington, N. 
. The Lord Mayor's, Mansion House, E.C. 

57, Fairbank Street, East Road, E. 

, Mr. James Brown, 9, St- Luke's Road, Bayswater. 



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Lyth, Rev. J., D.D 


Mr. Perry, 140, Sloane Street, Chelsea, S.W. 


Macdonald, Rev. F. W. 


Mrs. P. Brames Hall, 40, Holland Park, W. 


Macdonald, John, Esq. 


Holborn Viaduct Hotel. 


Maclay, Rev. Robert S., D.D. . 


Mr. J. S. Parkman, 21, Anson Rd., Tuffnell Park, N- 


Magruder, Thomas J., Esq. 


Burr's Hotel, Queen's Square. 


Marshall, Charles K., D.D. . 


Mr. Sargent, Talbot House, Highgate. 


M'Arthur, Aid., M.P., Lord Mayor 


The Mansion House, E.C. 


M'Arthur, A., Esq., M.P. . 


Raleigh Hall, Brixton Rise, S.W. 


Martin, Rev. Alexander, D.D. . 


Mr. Munt, Oakwood, Oasfields, Crouch End, N. 


Mason, J. H., Esq., J.P. 


Newbury. 


Mawson, H. T., Esq 


Mrs. T. Cuthbertson, Wiltshire Road, Brixton. 


May, T. F. C, Esq 


Bristol. 


McAulay, Rev. Alexander 


Buckingham House, Finsbury Park, N. 


McCurdy, Rev. A 


Rev. Dr. Cooke, Burslem House, Dartmouth Park, 




Forest Hill, S.E. 


M'Comas Samuel, Esq. 


Dublin. 


M'Donald, Rev. John W., D.D. . 


Mr. W. H. Gibbs, Mornington Lodge, West 




Kensington, W. 


M'Grew, Hon. James C, Esq. 




M'Mullen, Rev. Wallace 


Mr. Wallace, Lough Marony House, Roupell Park, 




S.W. 


M'Cullagh, Rev. T 


Rev. H. H. M'Cullagh, 2, Ash Villas, Fuller's Road, 




Woodford, Essex. 


M'Cullock, H. J., Esq. 


Camden Road, N. 


McDaniel, Rev. S. C 




McElroy, Rev. G. B., D.D. . 


Mr. H. Marden, 26, Archer Street, Bayswater, W. 


M'Elroy, Rev. William N. 


Mr. J. W. Jepps, 18, Cedars Road, Clapham, S.W. 


McFerrin, Rev. John B., D.D. . 


Cocker's Hotel, Charterhouse Square, E.C. 


M'Kay, Rev. Jos., D.D. 


Mr. W. McKay, 20, Elm Park, Brixton, S.W. 


M'Kechnie, Rev. C. C. 


35, Free Grove Road, Holloway, N. 


McTyeire, Rev. Bp. H. N., D.D. 


Mr. Carr, 3, The Bank, Highgate, N. 


Meek, Professor Benjamin F. 


Mr. Boney, Roden, Hornsey Lane, N. 


Mewburn, W., Esq 


Wykeham Park, Banbury. ' 


Miller, Rev. Charles W., D.D. 


Mr. Armstrong, 10, Wellington Road, Bow, E. 


Miller, Dr. H. V. M 


Mr. Nodes, Dawlish House, Ladbroke Grove Road, 




Notting Hill, W. 


Miller, P., Esq 




Mitchell, Rev.'H. H. 




Mitchell, H., Esq 


Bradford, Yorkshire. 


Mood, Rev. Francis A., D.D. . 


Mr. S. Barnes, Powys Street, Woolwich. 


Morris, Joseph W., Esq. . 




Morton, Rev. David .... 


Cocker's Hotel, Charterhouse Square, E.C. 


Myers, Rev. J 


Mr. Bate, Paragon Road, Northumberland Park, 




Tottenham, N. 


Nash, Moses, Esq 


Mr. W. T. Streader, 7, Silvester Road, Markhouse 




Common, Walthamstow. 


Neal, John, Esq 


24, Denmark Road, Ealing. 



Newman, Rev. John P., D.D., LL.D. 
Newton, Rev. T. 
Nicholls, Rev. R. 
Nicolson, Rev. A. W. . 
Ninde, Rev. William X., D.D. 
Olver, Rev. G. W., B.A. 
Osborn, Rev. George, D.D., 
Osborn, Rev. M. C. 
Osborn, T. G., Esq., M.A. . 
Paine, Rev. James S. . 
Payne, James 
Parham, John G., Esq. 
Parker, W. E., Esq. . 

Parkman, J. S., Esq. . 

Payne, Rev. Bishop D. A., D.D 

Payne, Rev. Charles H., D.D., LL.D. 

Peck, Rev. Edward W. S 

Peck, Bishop Jesse T., D.D., LL.D. 

Perks, R. W., Esq. 
Phillips, John M. 

Pierce, Rev. Bradford*K., D.D, 
Pierpont, Hon. F. H. 
Piggott, Rev. H. J., B.A. 
POCOCK, T. W., Esq., J. P. 
Pocock, W. W., Esq., B.A. 
Pope, Rev. W. B., D.D. 
Pope, Rev. Henry, D.D. 
Postell, Peter, Esq. . 
Potter, Rev. Wyman H., D.D. 
Powell, Rev. T. 

Price, Rev, W. Guard 
Price, Rev. J. C. 

Ramsdale, J., Esq. 

Ramsden, A., Esq. 
Read, Rev. James 
Reed, Rev. W. B. 
Reid, Rev. Alexander 
Reid, Rev. John M., D.D. 
Reynolds, Rev. S. B. . 
Rigg, Rev. J. H., D.D. . 
Roberts, Rev. B. T. . 



Mr. S. D. Waddy, Thorncliffe, Finsbury Park, N. 

3i*Spencer Road, Heme Hill. 

Mrs. Edwards, Little Ormond Street, Queen Square. 

Mr. Palmer, 91, Antill Road, Bow, E. 

Mr. Smith, Holmwood, Broomfield Road, S.W. 

The Wesleyan Mission House, Bishopsgate St., E.C. 

The Wesleyan College, Richmond, Surrey. 

The Wesleyan Mission House, Bishopsgate St., E.C- 

New Kingswood School, Bath. 

Mr. Meakin, Nethercote Grove Road, Walthamstow. 

Mr. Mumford, High Street, Ealing, W. 

Mr. C. Boddy, 14, Askew Terrace, Goldhawk Road 

Shepherd's Bush, W. 
21, Anson Road, Tu nel Park, N. 
Mrs. Lewarne, 183, Great College Street, N.W. 
Mr. Isard, 60, Holland Park, Kensington. 
Mr. Lee, Ivy House, Walthamstow. 
Mr. Sinclair, Woodville, Upper Richmond Road, 

Wandsworth. 
Chiselhurst. 
Mr. Elliot, Wilford House, Woodbury Down, Stoke 

Newington, N. 
Mr. Aird, East Villa, Navarino Road, Hackney, E. 

Rev. R. Green, Clapton, E. 

Virginia Water. 

Wandsworth, S.W. 

H. J. Atkinson, Esq., Gunnersbury House, W. 

Mrs. Middleton, 43, Black Lion Lane, Hammersmith. 

J. B. Ingle, Esq., 6, Marden Rd., Blackheath Pk., S.E. 

Rev. E. Rawlings, 24, Rcckley Road, West Kensing- 
ton Park, W. 

Mr. Wallace, Lough Marony House, Roupell Pk., S.W. 

Mr. Hudson, 17, Stephenson Terrace, Shakspeare 
Road, Acton, W. 

R. Green, Esq., Tranmere House, Haselrigg Road, 
Clapham. 

J. Ballantyne, Esq., Lemard Road, Croydon. 

Mr. S. Ashton, Commercial Street, E. 

Mr. W. P. Griffith, Bromley. 

Mr. Hunsley, 15, Cedars Road, Clapham. 

Mr. W. Nicholls, 16, Peter Road, Canning Town, E. 

The College, Horseferry Road, W. 

Mr. Roberts, Grove Road, Woodford. 



Roberts, Rev. Richard 

Robinson, Rev. J. H 

Rowe, Rev. G. Stringer . 

Rows, R. J., Esq. .... 

Ryckman, Rev. Edward B., D.D. 

Sanderson, W., Esq 

Seaman, Rev. G 

Shaw, C, Esq 

Shorter, Professor Joseph P., A.M. . 
Shorter, Rev. Bishop James A. 
Simpson, Bishop Matthew, D.D., LL.D. 
Slater, Rev. J. . . . 
Smith, W. BicKFORD,'Esq., J.P 
Smith, Professor Francis H., LL.D. 
Smith, Hon. Dietrich C. . 
Smith, Rev. Gervase, D.D. 
Smith, G. J., Esq., J.P. 
Snape, T., Esq. . 
Snell, E. S., Esq. 
Southerland, Rev. S. B., D.D. 

Spurr, Rev. C. . . . 
Squance, T. C.,Esq. . 
Stacey, Rev. J., D.D. . 

Stannard, Hon. Edward O. 
Stephenson, Rev. T. B., B.A., LL.D. 
Stitt, Dr. A. G. . 
Stone, Rev. S. G., D.D. 
Sulzberger, Rev. A., Ph.D. 

Sutcliffe, J.,S., Esq., J.P. . 
Sutherland, Rev. A., D.D. 
Swanton, James H., Esq., J.P. 
Thompson, Rev. H. A., D.D. 

Thompson, Bishop Joseph P. 
Tiffany, Rev. Otis H., D.C. 
Tobias, Rev. James 
Todd, Rev. Jacob, D.D. 
Toulson, Rev. J. . 
Townsend, Rev. James W. . 
Townsend, Rev. Luther T., D.D 
Travis, Rev. J. 
Travis, Rev. Joseph . 
Tucker, Hon. J. Wofford . 
Turner, T. W., Esq. . 



Mr. Ellis Jones, Isleworth. 

Mr. Jones, ioo, East India Road, E. 

Adolphus Road, Queen's Road, Finsbury Park, N. 

Mr. Holman, Tray's Hill Hall, Hornsey Lane, N. 
Mr. Piggott, 85, South Hill Park, Hampstead. 
Mr. T. Burnet, South Hill Park, Hampstead. 

Rev. Peter Thompson, Wood Green, N. 

Mrs. Rowland, Sunnyside, Chiswick'Mall. 

The Lord Mayor's, The Mansion House, E.C. 

Mr. Ward, 123, Shepherdess Walk, City Road. 

Trevarno, Cornwall. 

Mrs. Bennett, Carisbrook House, Upper Tulse Hill. 

Rev. P. Schweikher, Commercial Road, E. 

13, Leigh Road, Highbury Park, N. 

Camborne, Cornwall. 

Rev. W. Crombie, Railton Road, Heme Hill. 

Treverbyn, Cambridge Park, Wanstead, E. 

Mr. Osmond, 13, Stormont ^Road, Lavender Hill, 

Wandsworth, SW. 
Mr. T. B. Johnson, Tudor Rd., Mare St., Hackney, E. 
Sunderland. 
J. H. Brierley, Esq., Springfield House, Honor Oak> 

Forest Hill, S.E. 
The Langham Hotel. 
84, Bonner Road, E. 

Mr. Wheeler, 81, Clifton St., St. John's Wood, N.W. 
Mr. Glanville. 
Rev. Paul Schweikher, 30, Albert Square, Commercial 

Road, S.E. 
Bacup. 
Mr. Johnson, 20, Ulster Place, Regent's Park, W. 

Mr. Chapman, 2, Newstead Villas, Northumberland 

Park, Tottenham. 
Dr. Aldom, Leyton, E. 

Mrs. Bennett, Carisbrook Hse., Up. Tulse Hill, S.W. 
Mrs. Thompson, The Lawn, Tulse Hill, S.W. 

9, Crayford Road, Holloway. 

Mr. Roberts, 11, Mercer Road, Holloway, X. 

Capt. Williams, Abbey Villa, London Road, Croydon. 

Rev. S. Blair; 4, Pekin Terrace, Canning Town. 

Mr. Soper, I, Melbury Terrace, Harewood Square.W. 

Mr. Dyer, Station Road, Willesden. 

Rev. W. Rowe, The Cedars, Clapham Common. 



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Tweddle, Rev. W. J. . 
Vance, Hon. Robert B. 
Vanstone, Rev. T. B. . 
Vasey, T., Esq. 
Vernon, Rev. Leroy M., D.D, 
Vleck, Prof. John W. van . 
Waddy, S. D., Esq., Q.C. . 
Wakefield, Rev. John 
Waldon, Rev. John^M., D.D., LL, 
Walker, Robert, Esq. 
Waller, Rev. D. J. 
Ward, Rev. C. D., D.D. 
Wardman, Rev. N. 

Warnock, J., Esq. 
Warren, Rev. Orris H., D.D 
Warren, Bishop Henry W., D.D, 
Warren, G. R., Esq. . 
Warrington, J. T., Esq. 
Watkinson, Rev. W. L. 
Watsford, Rev. John . 
Watson, T., Esq., J. P. . 

Waugh, Rev. James W., D.D. 
Wenn, Rev. J. 

Whedon, Rev. Daniel A., D.D. 
Wheeler, Rev. Alfred, D.D. 
White, Hon. J. W. F. . 

Whitworth, John, Esq. 
Wiley, Rev. Ephraim P., D.D. 
Williams, David M. . 
Williams, Lewis, Esq. 
Wilson, Rev. William 
Wilson, Rev. Alpheus W., D.D. 
Winfield, Rev. Augustus R., D 
Winsor, Edward, Esq. 
Withington, Rev. J. Swann 

Wood, James, Esq., LL.B. . 
Wood, Rev. J., M.A., Leeds . 
Wood, Rev. T. B., M.A. 

Yampert, John L. de, Esq. 
Young, Rev. R. N. 



. Mr. W. Webster, 15, Highbury Hill. 

. Mrs. Bennett, Carisbrook House, Upper Tulse Hill. 

. 26, Paternoster Row, E.C. 

. Mr. J. Hunsley, 15, Cedars Road, Clapham. 

. Mr. Robinson, 48,Winstone Rd., Stoke Newington, N. 

. Thorncliffe, Finsbury Park, N. 

. Mr. Smyth, 25, St. John's, East Dulwich. 

D. . Mr. G. Powell, Belle Vue, Westwood Pk., Forest Hill. 

. Rev. W. Rowe, The Cedars, Clapham Common. 

. The College, Westminster, S.W. 

. 56, Brampton Road, Fulham, W. 

. Mr. Constable, 6, Union Terrace, Uxbridge Road, 

Notting Hill. 

. Mr. H. Spicer, 14, Aberdeen Park, Highbury, N. 

. Mr. R. L. Cock, Pittsville, Sydenham Rd., Croydon. 

. Dr. Hill, High Street, Clapham, S.W. 

. Mr. F. Martin, 16, Offerton Road, Clapham, S.W. 

. Liverpool. 

. New Barnet. 

. Mr. Waterhouse, Willenhall, New Barnet. 

. Mr. E. S. Snell, Treverbyn, Cambridge Park, 

Wanstead, E. 

. Rev. R. S. Ellis, 39, Highbury Quadrant, N. 

. Rev. T. Jackson, 6, South Grove, Walthamstow. 

. Mr. Summerford, jun., 19, Offerton Road, Clapham. 

. Mr. Rufus Workman, 13, Wood Vale, Forest Hill. 

. Mr. Hunt, 11, Brooke Road, Lordship Road, Stoke 

Newington, N. 

. Wood Street, E.C. 

. Mr. W. Davis, Earlsfield, Wandsworth Common. 

. Cocker's Hotel, Charterhouse Square, E.C. 

. Cardiff. 

. Mr. Henry Avis, 40, Guildford Road, Stockwell, S.W- 

• Burr's Hotel, Queen's Square. 

D. . Mr. W.W.Pocock, The Lawn, East Hill, Wandsworth. 

. Mr. J. J. Vickers, Stanley House, Poupell Park, S.W. 

. Mr. E. S. Snell, Treverbyn, Cambridge Park, 

Wanstead, E. 

. Southport. 

. H. J. McCulloch, Horton Hse., 277, Camden Rd.,N.W. 

. Mr. W. Gopp, 6, Cambridge Gardens, St. Mark's Rd., 
Notting Hill, W. 

. Mr. Remfry, The Grange, Nightingale Lane, Clapham, 
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